I would welcome a simpler development workflow, I think the current one is rather shit. Absurdly complex, slow, constantly breaking, and obsolete by the time you have it working. I would welcome a return to just entering code and running it, without a 100,000 node modules processing my input. Maybe web development could once again become accessible and fun to those who are not hardcore engineers. Because the web belongs to all of us, and they are just as entitled as the rest of us to work on it.…
… could be making podcast interviews back and forth. It’s really about collaborative, two-way video. There’s not a lot of collaborative media out there. And that’s because most people don’t want to download a whole bunch of apps to go collaborate.
…y. But they’d ask us, when we’d go to launch things, ‘where’s your PRD?’ And I’d say ‘what’s that?’ And I actually still don’t know what it stands for, but it’s a 900-page document that talks about the thing you’re going to build. And I’d say, ‘well, in the time it would take to write the PRD, we could just build the software and ship it.’ And they were like, ‘no, you can’t do that.’ And we were like, ‘well, we just did. While we were talking we just shipped new software.’ They hated us.
…t, what was the largest site on the planet at one point. And trying to fix that, I kind of joke, is like standing in the middle of a baseball field with a glove trying to catch a falling airplane. You’re probably going to not be able to do it.