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Moving Fast and Breaking Things as a Tiny Dev Team

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Two weeks. Two people. That’s all we had to finish our first major project. It was our first shot as a new company. Talk about jumping in the deep end. To make matters worse, we were making a day trading bot platform. The stars were aligned for our failure. Even I was skeptical of our success at the beginning of that fortnight of hell. But to everyone’s surprise, including my own, we made it.




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