On Knowledge Sharing and Being Frank

For the past few months, I’ve been following the “Advanced WordPress” group on Facebook. I joined the group thinking I would be exposed to advanced questions around WordPress development work. What is it that they say about assumptions, again? 🙂 Through observation, it is apparent that the group is more focussed around advanced uses ofContinue reading “On Knowledge Sharing and Being Frank”

How to develop the best WordPress products

WordPress is about freedom. This is one of the many reasons for the platform’s success, as well as creating an interesting new paradigm. Developers have a very low barrier to entry, which means that anyone with an idea and time to spare can develop a product on top of WordPress, upload the files to aContinue reading “How to develop the best WordPress products”

What bands and musicians can learn from software companies

“Release early, release often” is what they say in the software game, if you’re applying a LEAN approach. Having a product in the market, and receiving customer feedback, is better than having nothing out there for customers to see, test and give feedback on. “If you’re proud of your MVP, you’re doing it wrong” isContinue reading “What bands and musicians can learn from software companies”

No-one needs your product

This is often a tough pill to swallow, particularly for product people. Having put hours, days, weeks and/or months into an idea which you believe in with every fibre of your being, only to realise that no-one actually needs it. That’s rough. Of course, this applies to new ideas, as well as re-inventions and improvementsContinue reading “No-one needs your product”