If you’re an engineer, you may be familiar with the “can I deploy?” dance. You want to deploy your commit to production, but you’re not sure if all the other commits waiting to be deployed are ready to go.
Matthew lifted his foot off the gas pedal, inching the car forward. The re-entry point was only a few hundred feet away, but at this pace it would take upwards of an hour. Past the border it was just another …
It took years for me to realize my pursuit of growth was misguided from the start
A year ago, I lived in San Francisco. Now I live in Provo, Utah. What changed?
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Someone asked me if we’d pivoted. I didn’t really think about it much until then, so I didn’t have a good answer. Still don’t, but I made this in the process.
“Go big or go home.” No, don’t. Nor should you wait for the “stars to align.” They never will. Just bite off a small part of a problem and see if it takes you somewhere.
I think that the three big areas most startups (I use this word loosely) fit into is:
“Weekend projects” are the staple of many, many developers. I’ve had my fair share. While many are greeted with positive feedback, there are often negative remarks.