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In the month since the launch of Reshuffle, the volume and quality of feedback has been nothing short of astounding. We’ve been so excited to see others engaged with and enjoying a product that we’ve poured our hearts into over the last 6 months. While the feedback made it clear to us that Reshuffle is solving many of the traditional fullstack development shortcomings, it was also clear that there…

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From kernel drivers to modern web apps: The faster you build, the more you deliver. As developers, we know that shorter dev cycles lead to better productivity and align us better with business goals. Back in 2010, I was working on a Linux kernel driver and experienced first hand the magical impact of a shorter dev cycle. I'd like to share this story here, and show how you can enjoy the same magic…

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reshuffle homepage Our goal is to make developers more productive and creative. We’re starting by tackling the pain of building and sharing fullstack apps. Building fullstack apps takes countless hours or even days of non-creative work, such as configuring servers and databases, dealing with security and writing boilerplate code. It doesn't have to be so hard. Turn React projects into fullstack…

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Hi! For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Ryland, a fullstack dev/product manager/designer working for a SFbay-area startup. 4 months ago, I led an effort at my company to build a prototype tool that would simplify the process of creating fullstack apps. That idea has since transformed into an amazing product known as “Reshuffle”. Reshuffle eliminates the time-consuming, and headache inducing…

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Today we are launching Reshuffle’s private beta. Welcome to the Reshuffle blog! If you are reading this you are either very lucky to be part of the beta community, or very nostalgic to remember our first blog post. Why Reshuffle? Our mission is to make developers more creative. We do that by making you more productive and helping you share your best work with other developers. Reshuffle’s beta…

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