We write software that respects users' rights, design audience journeys that empower your users, and grow communities full of fans.
Your software product is only as good as the community that uses and supports it.
This is a very basic community bootstrapping framework, but it should help you get started with your own community.
Trust when recruiting. Verify when hiring. Mistakes happen when you do the opposite.
We often forget how incredibly *new* software engineering is, and that we would benefit greatly from learning from other fields.
There was once a wise farmer. One day, her prize horse ran away.
Aesthetics, code quality, feature richness, even reliability are unimportant compared to the bottom line.
Software engineers make choices that ripple through the economy.
Treat your LinkedIn like a dealership and your Github like a mechanic shop.
With his insight into the world of transmedia, our guest Jeff Gomez shares his own story about starting an enterprise that helps other businesses establish their narrative. We also touch on friction in storytelling, along with the current state of social media.