Recommendations Category

You’re Invited!

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Did you hear the news?  Epic’s coming to town!

Life U

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If you know me, you know that I loved college.  I took classes that seemed interesting and ones that were taught by interesting professors.  In the end, I had 3 extra minors just because I loved learning.  But I have found, that in all my studies, there are very few really helpful bits of information […]

Zimmdot, LLC is pleased to announce that “Don’t Wake Up Grumpy,” designed by Kurtz Art Studio and developed/published by Zimmdot, is now available for purchase on Kurtz Art’s website as well as the Android and Apple App Markets (links to each below).

Product Review: BizSpark

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Shhh.. don’t tell, but we’re big Microsoft fans here at Zimmdot.  I know that most programmers sniff at MS.  But secretly, every Mac user I know runs Windows OS (or they wish they were). 

The Road to Dreams

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Zimmdot is our dream. It’s a culmination of years of dreaming, years of working, and we’ve only just begun. But before we could get there, we had to define our dream. So how does one define a dream? Here are two books I suggest:

Occasionally, I want to make you aware of some great products that we use here at Zimmdot.  These products make our lives wildly easier and we hope they will do the same for you. Time tracking is essential for the contractor.  And it’s effortless with Grindstone 2 by Epiforge.

Think, Think, Think, thought Pooh

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As the CEO of a small bootstrapping company, you often have to make decisions. Read on for my sure fire ways to think, think, think.

The Written Word

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“Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” — Harry S. Truman

Things We Love

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In honor of gushy cards everywhere, here’s a list of things we love at Zimmdot.

About this blog

We're a new studio based in Atlanta, Georgia. Our team has a passion for programming. We want things done right, the first time, and every time.

Come along for the wild ride! We'll share all our tips and tricks, successes and failures, all that we learn from bootstrapping, every Tuesday and Thursday.

Bootstrapping: "To promote and develop by use of one's own initiative and work without reliance on outside help" (from