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Starting Up Fast! Lessons From the Rails Rumble. moderated by Nick Plante @zapnap. WTF?. Micro-app Innovation Competition 48 Hours. Rails. Teams of 1-4. Public voting. Prizes. Ponies! Source Control provided by [ GitHub ]. Deployment courtesy of [ Linode ]. Design. Develop. Deploy.

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Starting Up Fast!Lessons From theRails Rumble

moderated by Nick Plante @zapnap


WTF?

  • Micro-app Innovation Competition

  • 48 Hours. Rails. Teams of 1-4.

  • Public voting. Prizes. Ponies!

  • Source Control provided by [ GitHub ].

  • Deployment courtesy of [ Linode ].

  • Design. Develop. Deploy.


Your panelists
Your Panelists

Joe Fiorini @joefiorini

  • Grand Prize Winner, 2008

    Chris Saylor @cwsaylor

  • Grand Prize Winner, 2007

    Ben Scofield @bscofield

  • Solo Division Winner, 2007, 2008

    James Golick @jamesgolick

  • Most Useful Division Winner, 2008



"Is it possible to build a real product this way? Have you continued to develop your web apps? Why or why not?"



"How did you plan for the 80/20 rule in building web apps within a 48-hour time period?"

(20% of small tasks take 80% of the time)




"How did you find other people to work with and decide that you could work with them?

How similar do you think this is to the challenge of finding cofounders for a startup?"


"There have been many advances in the Rails world since the first event (starter applications, better tools, etc).

How has this changed the competition?"


"Were you co-located with your teammates during the event? If not, what type of collaboration tools did your team use to stay connected and on task?

IRC? IM? Highrise? Campfire?"


"Besides knowing Ruby and Rails, what other skills should my team have to be successful in an event such as this?"


"If you had only a single choice, what would you say was the most rewarding part of being involved in an innovation competition event?"


Thanks
Thanks! the most rewarding part of being involved in an innovation competition event?"

The next Rails Rumble takes place August 22nd / 23rd

Hope to see you there!

http://railsrumble.com

Or follow @railsrumble on Twitter!


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