StartupDigest Reading List – February 24, 2012by StartupDigest on February 24, 2012
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What You Need to Read This Week
The key to productivity is to get started. The more you move forward every day, the better chance you will have at winning.
Git has become the standard version control system for the startup world, and most of us use it every day, but how well do we really know how to use it?
A designer’s take on Airbnb’s main landing page and what makes it work well and what doesn’t.
The best usability tests for learning come from only 5 users. After that it’s just repetitive.
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A tactical guide for buying a domain name.
Understanding that people will be using and building your software is just as important as the code itself.
If you’re someone with an idea, take the time to actually learn how to code. Don’t expect a developer to just build something for you.
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