CEO, https://postlight.com, a digital product studio in NYC. Also writer, Medium advisor, programmer. Any port in a storm, especially ports 80 and 443.
What happens when we outsource our emotional and social labor?
As I continue this series on the challenge of legacy systems generally, and COBOL…
Today we are open-sourcing sso, our single-sign-on authentication proxy — known internally as the S.S. Octopus — used to secure access to internal services at BuzzFeed…
Once you’ve finished the print run, I’d ask you to consider making the game available for print on demand at https://www.drivethrucards.com. If you’d like a sherpa for doing that you can reach me on twitter at Randy Oest.
Just signed up. Would love to play :)
This is absolute genius. I would really love to get my hands on a deck. Have you thought about possibly releasing the cards as “print your own” in the same way that Cards Against Humanity does?
This is amazing! Would really love to see more card games from the software deevelopment world :)
The podcast part of the Ship It game was entertaining and induced flashbacks to troubles of software engineering from “The Mythical Man Month” by Fred Brooks. Fred would certainly enjoy the statements on the driver, action, and blocker cards.
LOVE THIS!!!! Amazing idea and initiative. We totally want one :-)