What is the best way to build your code? How can you ensure repeatable deployments? This post by Michael Brunton-Spall walks you through 7 fundamental principles around how a good build and deployment pipeline should work.
The best companies are willing to use data to back up their decision making. Michael Siebel, with an example from Justin.tv, explains how executing a startup is a balance between creativity/intuition/instinct and the scientific method.
An inside look at the specifics of how Basecamp decides what to do and then decides how to do it. In this post, Jason Fried shares the process of building their flagship product - Basecamp, which they landed on after a decade of refinement.
Interesting thoughts about how having tech lead for software teams is a workaround and not a root cause solution. Vinicius Gomes talks that assigning a full-time tech lead in a team is risky and can potentially make things worse.
Momentum is paramount to getting things across the finish line, especially with side projects. In this post, Andy Jiang shares some valuable solo project management skills that helped him with shipping side projects.
Jenn Vargas works completely remotely as a product/UX consultant. She's spent a while refining her tools and tricks to make it as seamless as possible for her clients and for herself. In this post, Jenn shares her “behind the scenes” tools to get the job done.
When do you stop working on something, because it’s good enough? That is an important question you will face a lot of times on your creative journey. Thomas Oppong shares his thoughts on perfectionism, which usually stops you from launching, shipping, releasing, hitting send or publishing your creative work.