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Hello, Startup: A Programmer's Guide to Building Products,…

by Yevgeniy Brikman

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At this very moment, somewhere in the world, two programmers are sitting in a garage and creating our future, one line of code at a time. We are in the era of the high tech startup.

This book is the "Hello, World" tutorial for building products, technologies, and teams in a startup environment. It's based on the experiences of the author, Yevgeniy Brikman, as well as interviews with programmers from some of the most successful startups of the last decade, including Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, GitHub, Stripe, Instagram, AdMob, Pinterest, and many others.

If you're at all interested in startups—whether you're a programmer at the beginning of your career, a seasoned developer bored with the politics of large companies, a manager trying to figure out how to motivate your engineers, or just someone trying to figure out what this startup thing is all about—this book is for you.

Preface
Chapter 1 Why Startups
Chapter 2 Startup Ideas
Chapter 3 Turning Ideas into Products
Chapter 4 Picking a Tech Stack
Chapter 5 Principles of Clean Code
Chapter 6 Practices of Clean Code
Chapter 7 Software Delivery
Chapter 8 Scalability
Chapter 9 Startup Culture
Chapter 10 Getting a Job at a Startup
Chapter 11 Hiring for your Startup
Chapter 12 Learning and Teaching
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This book is the "Hello, World" tutorial for building products, technologies, and teams in a startup environment. It's based on the experiences of the author, Yevgeniy (Jim) Brikman, as well as interviews with programmers from some of the most successful startups of the last decade, including Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, GitHub, Stripe, Instagram, AdMob, Pinterest, and many others. Hello, startup is practical, how-to guide that consists of three parts: Products, Technologies, and Teams. Although at its core, this is a book for programmers, by programmers, only Part II (Technologies) is significantly technical, while the rest should be accessible to technical and non-technical audiences alike. If you're at all interested in startups - whether you're a programmer at the beginning of your career, a seasoned developer bored with large company politics, or a manager looking to motivate your engineers - this is the book for you.… (more)

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