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December 13, 2013

The Yeti Holiday Party

We threw an awesome holiday party, here are some photos and a video!

August 15, 2014

The Lawn Party

On a Saturday in late June we turfed the office and invited a bunch of friends over for a Lawn Party! Among our guests was the band The Tough Brothers. They played catchy and nostalgic tunes set against a perfect summer day.

September 22, 2014

The Coffee Tasting

Recently a few of the Yeti's made a trip to a local coffee-shop, Sextant, for an afternoon jolt of energy. It is a hip place that just opended up close to 10th and Folsom in the SOMA district. The difference between this trip to the coffee shop and every other trip was we were involved in helping the owners pick out their next batch of coffee beans to offer at their shop. It was a really interesting experience and it sparked an idea that myself and one of our newest team-members, Amy, decided to pursue this past week. 

September 15, 2014

Testing: Year One

In August we had great talk given by Chris Clark, co-founder of ePantry. The meetup was held at Rocket Studios, the event space managed by RocketSpace, and sponsored by RocketU with free drinks and pizza!

July 16, 2020

5 Signs Your Distance Learning Project Needs Help

As mid-summer arrives with COVID-19 in full force, educational institutions are finding themselves in a panic. Perhaps it was wishful thinking that led many of us to believe we’d be out of the woods by now. Unfortunately, we’ve found ourselves in exactly the same place we arrived at 4 months ago - still faced with distance learning, and just as ill prepared.

August 29, 2014

Demo Day at Rocket U

On a foggy San Francisco Thursday in August, our first cohort of students graduated from RocketU. We kicked things off with, “Demo Day”, an event where students presented their capstone projects to friends and family, the rocketspace community, potential employers and other interested developers.

February 20, 2018

Invest in Your Finance App's Future With These 7 Development and Design Tips

Since Early Warning Serviceslaunchedits standalone app, Zelle, last fall, Apple and Android users have been cashing in on easy, no-cost bank transfers.

April 17, 2017

Establishing a Websocket PUBSUB server with Redis and Asyncio

Motivation If you've been following my never-ending quest for a light-sensor setup as detailed first in this post (set up a Raspberry Pi with Python 3.5) and then in this other post (make a light sensor with an Arduino and Raspberry Pi), you would know that I've only set up the data-collection half of this project. The other half will involve getting the data to make hardware do stuff in the real world. This post in particular covers how to leverage a PUBSUB (publish-subscribe) Redis server and websockets to this purpose.

September 21, 2020

7 Steps To Hiring the Perfect App Developer for Your Project

Have a great idea for an app but feeling overwhelmed by the process of hiring the right developer for it? While the process of hiring a great design and development team isn’t necessarily a simple one, following these 7 steps will help ensure it is a successful one!

June 15, 2016

8 Tech Company Postmortems & How to Avoid the Same Fate

Poor business or product strategy can affect all types of companies. It's not just limited to starry-eyed startups, nor are tried-and-true brands safe from it. The reality is that, across all industries, somewhere between 25 and 45 percent of products fail. Of course, it’s tough for business leaders to foresee every snag their company might encounter. While hindsight is 20/20, some of these missteps may have been avoidable. Here are eight instances where some very well-funded products were forced to shutter.