Franz Laage

2023 / Jun 05 / 10:43 CEST

Mitchell Hashimoto writes about approaching large technical projects. In his post he emphasises the importance of tangible results. Making every small iteration visible to keep yourself motivated. You’re not always building something visual like an UI. For those cases he suggests automated tests. I really like that! What helps me is having a frictionless, but manual way to deploy my project to a place where I can show it others. Even if it’s just an empty HTTP server starting up, showing “Hello World”. This allows you to get every small hack out of the door with ease.

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