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  • Main rule for business: have more money coming in than going out.

    Anything else just involves smoke-screens and accounting games.

    - NW
  • Graveyards are full of indispensable men.

    - Unknown
  • I forgive all personal weaknesses except egomania and pretension.

    - Herb Kelleher
  • Climb the mountain not to plant your flag, but to embrace the challenge, enjoy the air and behold the view. Climb it so you can see the world, not so the world can see you.

    - David McCullough, Jr.
  • Use Facebook to help promote your business to millions.

    Using it to build brand loyalty . . . well look at whose name comes first in the URL.

    - NW
  • Your parents love you; your customers don't.

    Be reliable and professional . . . earn it.

    - NW
  • The Great Depression lasted from 1929 till after World War II. Some 60 years later, we're mired in the Great Recession.

    In other words, shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in 3 generations. . . .

    - NW
  • It takes twenty years to become an overnight success.

    - Eddie Cantor
  • Are you the go-to person in your company, the linchpin for operations, that indispensable employee?

    Really. . . are you as valuable as, say, Steve Jobs? And has Apple collapsed without him?

    - NW
  • If your system integrator, if your in-house IT, if everybody tells you that this project is unique, that's a clear sign that this is going to go massively wrong. . . .

    - Alexander Budzier
  • To misquote Bum Philips, There's two kinds of employees, them that's laid-off and them that's gonna be laid-off.

    - Bum Philips
  • One of the most important skills is the ability to learn, because in 10 years, many people will be using workplace technologies and business practices that barely exist now. . . .

    - Laurence Shatkin
  • There’s only one rule that I know of, babies — ‘G** damn it, you’ve got to be kind.’

    - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
  • If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur.

    - Red Adair
  • The impediment to open source isn't nebulous costs of ownership or FUD spread by commercial companies.

    It's the wife's question of "So you're doing this for free . . . and that helps our family how?"

    - NW
  • Power should be reserved for weightlifting and boats, and leadership really involves responsibility.

    - Herb Kelleher
  • Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.

    - Richard Branson

Below you will find a slide presentation showcasing many of our recent projects.

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Northup Wiley is the creative spirit behind Beowurks and BeoEarth. We rely on open-source libraries and frameworks to generate our software applications. We recognize that each application, whether on the desktop, web or mobile platform, represents our opinion of your requirements. In order to minimize the gaps between our interpretations and your requirements, we use the below techniques:

  • Release early, release often.
  • Have the customer using the application as soon as possible in order to provide practical feedback.
  • Communicate . . . a lot.

By the way, we also contribute to the open-source movement with our own projects:

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