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Welcome to the Pairing blog. We are building in public - so you learn copy, adapt and do it even better. We are creators. We cannot help it. We asked ourselves: what if we share the whole software creation process from A - Z. Follow us on the journey of building our own app and realasing it to the public.

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Coding video: checklist

A quick checklist what I use for coding videos But first, the result: How I record coding videos (quick demo of the result) Checklist coming up: 👇 Hardware: Macbook M1 ...

March 1, 2022
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Lessons from recording 8 coding sessions

Building Status We are still building an #eLearning app (it’s been 3 weeks since we started). More to the status later I decided to make my own course, as the ...

February 28, 2022
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Hotwire-Enabled Recording Widget

Rails 7 We recently started to port all of our apps to @rails 7 Most notable change: Hotwire is enabled by default. This is what we refactored. See widget to ...

February 22, 2022
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What to do before starting the first line of code

We prepared a quick training for people who want to build software. If you are already searching for a developer or an agency – make sure to have your bases ...

February 21, 2022
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Simplifying our MVP

We are still going in turns with our UX designer. They come up with some great ideas, but there’s one problem: Drag and drop is complex. Development speed is crucial. ...

February 21, 2022
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Using Mturk to vet a product name

E-Learning App Names We finally came up with a couple of names of our #eLearning app. Now: we are all biased. Who can we know for sure if a name ...

February 18, 2022
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The 80/20 of UX Design

The 80/20 of #uidesign – and a list of resources for tailwind How do you keep effort on UI minimal while having great effect? (pareto or 80/20 rule)? You use ...

February 16, 2022
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The implications of changing our database model

We changed our database model. This has implications for the later usage of our e-learning app. Understanding a db model is the 80/20 of working with developers. I try to ...

February 15, 2022
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How to vet a UX Designer

How can you tell a good from a bad UX? After posting on @Upwork we got a couple of applicants for the #uxdesign job. All of them have delivered a ...

February 14, 2022
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How to post a job on UpWork: UX edition

Our UX designer just quit without even starting My mistake 🤦🏻. I relied on one person, who I haven’t worked with prev I didn’t follow my principles: 1️⃣ hire multiple ...

February 10, 2022
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