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The latest insights from the Gun.io team

10 Essential Workspace Gadgets For Freelancers

By Taylor Veino
If you’re a freelancer, you probably get this all the time from your friends and family. “I’m so jealous; you get to lay in bed and work all day, isn’t that the greatest?” 
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5 Use Cases for Amazon Workspaces That are Worth Checking Out

By Taylor Veino
Is jumping on the Amazon Workspaces bandwagon worth it? Cloud computing services are bigger and better than ever before.  Of course, this means Amazon is making sure its own computing service is at the top of the game (haven’t we been here before?).
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Can AI Really Help Your Business?

By Guest: Dan Tofan
Short comprehensive guide on current status and what you need to know in order to properly adopt AI in your company.
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8 Ways To Build Culture On Your Remote Team

By Guest: Anastasia Masters
The days of clocking in at 9 and leaving the office at 5 are long gone in the digital working age. Many teams are spread out in different offices or can even be entirely remote. Building culture on your team is difficult no matter the dynamic, but ...
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The Future of Work: Collaboration in Distributed Engineering Teams

By Taylor Veino
Contrary to the “lone genius” trope that films and grossly overstated autobiographies would have us believe, software is the product of collaboration. In the same way that engineers need to protect their uninterrupted focus time to produce ...
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Announcing OpenSpritz - A Free Speed Reading Bookmarklet

By Rich Jones
 
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Scaling an Engineering Team in A Transformational Industry

By Taylor Veino
Are you a startup about to start scaling up your team? Are you freelancing and ready to hire some help? Scaling your business is exciting! But, it can also be challenging if you’re not on your A game, especially if you’re experiencing rapid growth. ...
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Viral VS. Sustainable Marketing

By Taylor Veino
Where there is an amazing product, there should be an equally amazing marketing strategy to back it up. David Feinman, a friend of The Frontier podcast, shares what it takes to drive a marketing strategy to lead a product into a success. David is ...
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Borrowing Innovation from Aerospace: An Engineer's Perspective

By Taylor Veino
Have you ever worked on what seemed like a ground-breaking innovation –  only for the end-product to come up painfully short? If your answer is yes, you’re not alone. The fact is, new software can fail for many reasons.
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Efficiency Hacks To Step Your Technical Team Into High Gear

By Taylor Veino
Put up your hand if you’ve ever thought, "I just don’t have enough work to do." 
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Technology Implementation:  Faster, Smarter, Better

By Taylor Veino
Business and tech leaders know about the pressure to deliver. It's never ending. Nobody knows this better than slashBlue CEO Tom Dodds, who appeared on The Frontier Podcast to chat about building technology aligned with the people, process, and ...
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Solving Customer Problems: The Sales Engineer Way

By Taylor Veino
The software development lifecycle often relies too much on the product and its functions. Yet doing it this way leaves out a vital member of the team: the sales engineers.
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