I have created the perfect site. Yes it is a bold statement but I believe it is true. It is perfect for me for three reasons:
- It is functional
- It is secure
- It is really fast
Andy Grove became one of the most successful businessmen of the 20th century by understanding the relationship between the exponential growth of computer processors and the need for software to grow in complexity. Specifically, he knew that processors would get orders of magnitude more powerful every year which in turn would require new software categorized as MIP or “Millions of Instructions per Minute”. Grove and Intel invested heavily in software that brought audio and video conferencing to the world before anyone ever thought consumers would need such technology. Something we take for granted on every cellphone in the world today was thought to be a reality reserved to military and corporate domains. The principle here is that businesses are relational and depend on the growth and success of other industries. Business understood properly is mutually interdependent across industries.
I started learning to code in July of 2015. It was crazy. Every tutorial in the world tells you to do this, don’t do that, follow this course, etc… 90% of the battle is knowing where to start. I was fortunate to find two guides, one was a friend – Andrew Haines – who happens to be a coding/business Ninja. You are only cool in the tech industry if you describe whatever you do with the adjectival “Ninja”. The other was Tania Rascia’s website and tutorials. Tania is one of the few who actually gets to the point and teaches minus the tirelessly long minutia found in so many online tutorials; thank you Tania.