The most important rule of marketing: be exciting!

Reading Time: < 1 minute We usually have an intuitive grasp of subjects we haven’t formally studied. Marketing is a prime example of this. Unfortunately, we lose our intuitive understanding as we begin learning. Consequently, our lessened intuition means we easily lose ourselves in the details and make poor strategic decisions. A reasonably intuitive belief might be that “your product … Continue reading »The most important rule of marketing: be exciting!

What programming language should I learn in 2020?

Reading Time: 2 minutes According to Wikipedia, there’s over 700 “notable” programming languages. If you’re like me, you find this relatively unsurprising. What I find interesting though, is that most people have only heard of 15 of these at most. Let’s test my hypothesis. I’ve listed some programming languages below at random. See if you recognise them. LilyPond Neko … Continue reading »What programming language should I learn in 2020?