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You got hired because you have a passion for brands and were able to talk intelligently to the client about Snapchat. You always thought you’d be doing something that had an impact on consumers. Clearly, writing Facebook posts for a cheese client wasn’t what you had in mind when you envisioned your career at a […]
One of the common startup myths is that single 20-somethings are the most successful entrepreneurs and that they are the demographic that starts the most companies. Zach and Sam may have started One Mighty Roar before they were even legal to go into a bar, but research from the Kauffman Foundation stats that the average […]
Hardware fragmentation, crowdfunding, and an exercise in modern-day bridge building.
Getting meaningful conversations between strategist and developers on your team.
Lessons learned in building a company that creates for clients and products.
How we approach recruiting exceptional engineers who can build product, talk to clients, and present in public.
How we turned our conference table into an interactive light show and people detector via a RESTful API.
How we revamped our server's tech stack to run on 60% less hardware and handle more concurrent requests, without any downtime or code changes.
While developing the Robin platform at One Mighty Roar, we’ve found ourselves pushing realtime data between things like RFID kiosks, Bluetooth devices, PHP servers, and various AngularJS frontends. Along the way, we’ve built a simple but flexible server that uses Socket.io and Node.js to make passing around realtime data as simple as possible. We’ve come […]
A reusable AngularJS directive leveraging HTML5 Drag and Drop and the FileReader API
What happened to the “Hello World” for the Internet of Things?
Keep social widgets in sync with pages loaded via history API
YRDropdownView is an iOS library for displaying stylish alerts, warnings, and errors
Implement the new Twitter capabilities in iOS5 to create a quick tweet in your own app.