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YEC Member Spotlight: Mike Hostetler, Founder & CEO, appendTo, LLC
Apr18

YEC Member Spotlight: Mike Hostetler, Founder & CEO, appendTo, LLC

“Entrepreneurship is more about leadership than anything else. Learn to be an amazing leader and you’ll be an amazing entrepreneur,” says Mike Hostetler. Mike is a husband, father, entrepreneur and polyglot technologist. He’s the founder & CEO of appendTo and passionate about virtual working, HTML5, JS and…

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Bootstrapping IT – Learn To Do IT Yourself Or Outsource IT

So you’ve got a great tech-startup idea, you’re motivated, energetic, have time on your hands, some funds for investing and absolutely no knowledge of coding what so ever. So you have a few hurdles to jump through, but nothing a concoction of time and sincere dedication won’t overcome.     Hurdles of IT The challenges facing startups are mainly with finding the right people (programmers) and ultimately the...

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CodeAnywhere.net – Write Code Online

A tool you’ll find greatly useful if you’re a web worker on the move, CodeAnywhere is a platform that allows you to write and edit code from wherever you are. Its website comprises an online editor that supports all the most popular formats of the day, namely HTML, PHP, CSS, XML and Javascript. All these formats can be handled by CodeAnywhere, and features like syntax highlighting and unlimited undo/redo options turn the...

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Spaceport.io – Create Mobile Games

Gone are the days in which creating a game was only for those who were nothing short of geniuses. Platforms like YoYo Games and MyGame make it easy to come with your very own titles, and (in some cases) they let you create games which are really engaging and complex. And they get better and better by the day, really. Just take a look at this new one. Spaceport.io is a platform for building HTML5 Javascript games that can be played by...

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ServerCyde.com – Build Web Apps Fast

ServerCyde does something really novel, as it lets programmers build database-driven apps using only one language (JavaScript), and with no server configuration. That’s wildly original – the creation of such application always involves using a good couple of languages, and doing something as tricky as setting databases up. This involves building secure user management and database object relation mappers, the kind of task...

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