little story on why businesses do things and my small exchange on Facebook that really grinded my gears.
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I’m seeing this a lot on social media, people who own business asking how to develop something. Now while there’s nothing really wrong with that, it just raises a flag in my head. If your still on a learning curve of how to best develop something, and your asking complex dev questions, I think it’s time you switch your approach. It’s totally OK to be a developer if that’s what you want to do, but as a business owner, you may need to start thinking about how to streamline your processes. Enjoy the video.Post Views: 75
I had a great weekend, but a tough day. Trying to work on things you need to get done when you have no time, not easy.
But at least I got something done, and that’s the key. Get something done, even if it’s small.Post Views: 76