The other day, I was shopping around for a B2B SaaS tool, and I came across a pricing page with the following tiers:
Tailwind CSS is a utility-first CSS framework for rapidly building custom designs. As someone who tends to design in the browser (instead of apps like Sketch), adopting the utility paradigm has been a game changer for my productivity. It also …
Last March, I left my company to start something new. I spent a year pouring every ounce of creative energy into my startup, but, for reasons that I’ve spent too long analyzing, it didn’t work out.
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Here I sit, in a cabin on Lake Superior by the fire, with late-season snow pelting the windows and ominous waves crashing against the rocky shore.
For the last nine months, I’ve been building a prototype of Level.
Over the past two weeks, I’ve had 21 conversations with people who are fed up with interruptive chat tools.
Do you remember the first time you used Slack at work?
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Nothing quite compares to greenfield software development. The canvas is blank and you finally have the opportunity to do it “The Right Way” from the ground up. If you’ve been building web apps for a while, you’ve undoubtedly found yourself …