… put the UX review at the same level as the code review. The developer creates a merge request, and they can merge on master only if it has been approved by both the code reviewer and the UX reviewer. This is a guarantee for a stable code and, above all, a great experience, because in the end, all that matters for the customers is our VP.
That print isn’t in the contract, but rather in the indoctrination. You’re not just selling 7% of a startup idea, you’re selling, potentially, the next 10+ years of your life to a very particular startup paradigm. Are you sure you’re fully understanding the terms?
Recently, we received an unexpected email. One of our suppliers specializing in LiDAR components sent us an attachment (apparently inadvertently) of machine drawings of what was purported to be Uber’s LiDAR circuit board — except its design bore a striking resemblance to Waymo’s unique LiDAR design.