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eelco j

eelco j

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  • Posted to Sjabloon. Flying Start for Ruby on Rails makers, Dec 05, 2018

    After keeping this template for myself and creating numerous products based upon it (including www.startupcosts.co). I decided to productise this template. It lets you choose between various default Rails options, but also adds a modern front end tooling (Webpack, PostCss, Tailwind), authentication with Devise (including views), options for various error monitoring and analytics.

    Basically all the mundane things you have to build for your SaaS app, but are not your product's core.

    There's also a deal through PH today. Buy today for $29 and get 12 months of free updates! Check it out here.

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  • Posted to I have a new website inspired by the punk rock zines I read as a kid , Oct 27, 2018

    Let this be the revival of authentic and creative web design again.

    8 points
  • Posted to Monthly running costs for Startups, in reply to Thomas Michael Semmler , Sep 05, 2018

    That's correct.

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  • Posted to Monthly running costs for Startups, in reply to Itay Abraham , Sep 05, 2018

    There is even one for just $0.94 per month. https://www.startupcosts.co/hamiltix-net

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  • Posted to Monthly running costs for Startups, in reply to Selv Grimm , Sep 04, 2018

    Yes, it's all manually added by the founders self. You can add yours too.

    Could indeed be that some might add costs for that reason, but so far the Open Startups I've met don't have such hidden agenda—they just want to share, be transparent and open about these things to inspire and for others to learn from.

    That being said, if things do go this way I'll change things and ask for prove before I'll allow them to be listed.

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  • Posted to Monthly running costs for Startups, Sep 04, 2018

    I just a launched a new interesting side-project: Startup Costs. It answers the question “How much does it cost to run a startup?”. Popular SaaS companies often talk about their MRR, but what about their monthly running costs?

    Currently building the list of more open startups, but some interesting ones:

    • Blurt, recently launched writing/focus tool at $31.67 using DigitalOcean and Github;
    • GoRails, 4 years old Ruby on Rails learning at $506, amongst others Wistia, Podia, Amazon S3,
    • Krit, agency, amongst others, uses: CircleCI, Github, Heroku and Surge.

    Feel free to add your startup / side-project. Interested in hearing your thoughts.

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  • Posted to Vulnerability announced: update your Git clients (Affects GitHub for Windows, GitHub for Mac, and any other git client), in reply to Thibault Maekelbergh , Dec 19, 2014

    Yes, if you're using Apple's included Git you're probabyly outdated anyway. Easiest (and my preferred) way is to use Homebew. http://brew.sh/

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