Adam Haney

I'm an entrepreneur and hacker living in #cha. Working on a few different projects. You can find me on github, twitter and angel list.

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Archives Jan. 1, 2013

Services I'm Happy to Pay For

Dec. 16, 2013

I've worked on several startup teams that had a shoestring budget. The battle cry was always, "decrease the burn rate". I love lean startups as much as the next person, but the problem is that the mindset of "let's spend no money" often misses the expense that your ...

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Django Test Addons You Should Be Using

Nov. 2, 2013

I recently inherited a legacy Django application that had bugs and almost no tests. In an effort to make the project more maintainable I set out to cover the code in tests. I've spent the last few weeks scouring the internet searching for things to make testing easier and ...

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Heroku says 'everything up to date'

Aug. 16, 2013

This is probably very obvious to most people but it threw me for a loop while I was working on heroku tonight so I decided to state my problem with a very google-able title. Are you working on a heroku app and after making changes and running.

git push heroku ...

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Chattanooga Developers

Aug. 1, 2013

I've been living in Chattanooga, TN for 2 years now. I moved here initially to work on retickr which morphed into akimbo. I've also been fortunate enough to meet developers from a few dozen other startups here in Chattanooga. Akimbo's main investor here in Chattanooga is The ...

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Naming things for human consumption

July 10, 2013

Companies, products and projects need names. This seems like a simple challenge, but when you factor in the myriad of concerns with considering a name settling on one can be rather challenging. I've had the pleasure of working on several projects that I've been involved in the naming ...

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Getting Started

July 9, 2013

I write tons of code.

That's what developers do right? they write code. But I think more than that what developers do is communicate. They solve problems for real people. They understand the human condition. They bump up against cultural, political and economic forces. Good developers understand them and ...

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