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When Real-Time Web Meets Moving Objects

The web has made quite a few hops from where it started. Of course, you can’t step in the same river twice, but if we extend that metaphor, the web has become a raging flood rather than a Read Article

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Security vs. Flexibility in Remote Working Startups

The flexibility of working from home—or anywhere in the world, for that matter—is a luxury that small companies can offer, but which larger companies often find difficult to accommodate because Read Article

Hiveage, now with PayPal Pro

We have seen many changes in the online payment industry during the five years of CurdBee. As we were preparing for the private Beta launch of Hiveage, we wanted to get a better idea of what Read Article

Survey Results, and Stripe UK

Last week we asked our users to help us prioritize our new payment gateway integrations, and the results are now in. This is how we’ll be planning future feature additions to CurdBee 2.0 too: Read Article

Meeting Asia

Last week Sameera and I attended the RedDot Ruby Conference in Singapore. As a microcosm of Asia, Singapore is a wonderful place to get to know people from all parts of the continent and beyond. Read Article

Payvee for CurdBee

Many CurdBee users don’t know about us, Vesess, the company behind the app. We don’t mind that – the app has its own identity and brand after all. Problems arose, however, when they got Read Article