A programmer has a problem. Solves it. Releases as open-source. Now has 10,000 problems
— Stuart Sierra (@stuartsierra) April 25, 2013
Support is hard, really hard, and it’s not something that most people are naturally good at.
— @pippinsplugins October 15, 2013
When your software has a large install base you get a new appreciation for just how difficult it is to make major changes.
— Carl Hancock (@carlhancock) April 27, 2013
Developing for an environment you don't have access to is such a pain in the ass.
— Andrew Ryno (@andrewryno) May 7, 2013
Then read this:
You are a professional, your tools are complicated
— Rowan Merewood, Building Better Developers
I ship things all the time, some turn out to be shit decisions, some great, ship it, learn, track, reship. Learn from breaking things
— James Seymour-Lock (@JamesSLock) October 12, 2013