A Look Back

Category: Technology

Comment Redesign: Building (and Imitating) Real Life

With the recent release of Bronze Chicken we’ve been able to take a bit of a step back and start thinking holistically about every part of the product, from the front-end design to the fundamental architecture upon which we build.

Nothing is sacred, especially in early-stage software companies!

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The “Bronze Chicken” is Here! 🥉🐔

We’re excited to announce our latest update and patch to our Private Beta is now live (using this name generator as inspiration)!

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Privacy, Security, and Deleting You (and Your Data), Forever.

We’re all guilty of doing or saying something online that we eventually regret. Unfortunately, I may have more than my fair share of those!

To make it even worse is the fact that there isn’t much you can do about it, effectively and technically – the internet has you (and your bad behavior) forever!

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New on Beta: Binance

Yup, you heard it right! We’re live-testing our new integration with Binance on YEN Beta! Naturally, we’d love for you to give it a try.

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The Purpose of Collecting Data

I was reviewing a bit of our nascent network and the data that’s being piped to everyone within the community and I decided to review some of the statistics of usage when we first opened our our Private Beta back in October of last year:

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New on Beta: Global Announcements

A lot changes in an early-stage company, from the product itself to the organization (like new team members – and we’re looking for a few more!)! It’s an exciting time for us and I don’t want to miss a single thing that’s happening within our community!

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Scrum to Kanban

Early-stage startups are difficult beasts to wrangle, for a number of different reasons. First and foremost, a startup undergoes significant change and/or evolution every 6-months or so (give or take a few months) and, as a consequence, everyone must relearn what they thought was true so that they may execute effectively.

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