Front-End Web & Mobile

Tag: open source

MLH Fellows Spring 2021

This article was written by Matt Auerbach. Last Spring, we welcomed our third cohort of students from the MLH Fellowship powered by Major League Hacking. We were a part of the inaugural cohort last Summer, 2020 — you can read about the experience here. In this cohort, we welcomed four students to our CLI team […]

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Power your MVP to Growth: How startup Busby selected their MVP technology to Scale

If you follow startups the story is familiar — friends have an idea, they decide it’s a worthwhile idea to pursue, they build a minimum viable product (MVP), take it to market and work on growing the business. Fortunately for some, they find early investors and customers who understand the solution and the founding team […]

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Major League Hacking Fellows: Recap of Winter 2020 Program

Last September we welcomed our second cohort of students from MLH Fellowship powered by Major League Hacking. AWS Amplify was part of the inaugural MLH cohort last Summer and it was a great experience — you can read about it here. In this cohort, we welcomed five students to our JavaScript team and CLI team […]

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