This has been a recurring theme for me in 2014. https://t.co/H613AEUvwj— Joe Fabisevich 🐶🐳™ (@mergesort) December 1, 2014
People have asked how I make changes so quickly to my code, it's because I've made it so it can be changed quickly.— Joe Fabisevich 🐶🐳™ (@mergesort) December 1, 2014
Build what you have to build, then make it more generic so you can use it again without the code gaining entropy.— Joe Fabisevich 🐶🐳™ (@mergesort) December 1, 2014
As a bad math student, the best advice I got was to solve for one scenario, solve it for another, and only then try to connect the dots.— Joe Fabisevich 🐶🐳™ (@mergesort) December 1, 2014
Joe Fabisevich is an indie developer creating software at Red Panda Club Inc. while writing about design, development, and building a company. Formerly an iOS developer working on societal issues @Twitter.
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