100 Days of Startup: Day #32

Software only becomes valuable when you ship it to customers. Before then it’s just a costly accumulation of hard work and assumptions.

Unless we ship the product out the user. It’s just some useless codebase even if we follow all the so-called process like using sprints, logging time in fancy project management tools (hello stupid Jira), git-flow, code review, CI and all the things.

At the end of the day shipping product matters not the other things that we follow (most of the time for the sake of following it)

What I Did Today:

  • Opened a separate bank account for saving runway cash.
  • Client project.
  • REST. (I’m talking about the real rest. Not the API ?)

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What’s your priority is not someone else priority