Jumping to conclusions is a great way to clear a cliff. Lots of processes could have fewer errors with almost just as much speed. I require briefing me…
“No-code changes everything,” the market experts tell us. No-code is a hot new trend. The term generally refers to the new generation of tools that all…
No-code gets a lot of ink as a revolution in how we all can build. I think of it more incrementally and in the context of jobs and demographics that I …
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The 25% Club - Share Your Unfinished Work
Over the past year, I have had the privilege of talking with many individuals changing their careers to involve technology. Many have completed one sof…
The primary cost in a bootstrapped technology startup is the labor of the founders. I define labor as the focused time applied to the business. Account…
In his classic Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, Robert Pirsig posits two kinds of people: those who love to ride motorcycles and others who e…
One can describe most of the world as a series of options between extremes. The question is where the value is on that spectrum - at one end, the other…
No-code flips the economics of software development. Rather than requiring us to go wide to cover our fixed costs for pouring a foundation, we are enco…
Experiments are not demonstrations. Demonstrations convince. One shows a demo to a client or prospect to gain trust on the way to making a sale. "See, …
In a knowledge economy, labor economics are wrong. The classical theory of labor is that it represents recurring, variable costs. You hire people to wo…