Leading Development in a Startup

Leading Development in a Startup

As most of you know, I also spend a significant portion of my time working on Standard, Hello Dolly as well as some other internal projects with my team at 8BIT.

At this point, it’s been several years since we’ve been working together, and as with anything new, there are plenty of lessons learned – some things that work, some things that don’t, and some things that started as experiments and ended up being things that we’ve consistently implemented.

From the perspective of being the developer on the team, one of the biggest hurdles in moving from a typical 9-to-5 to a startup is the responsibility of leading development in a startup.

On today’s post on the 8BIT blog, I share a bit about it.

Specifically, I talk about the following things:

  1. Startups Result in Sacrifices
  2. You Don’t Know Your Platform. Yet.
  3. You Become The Leadership

I also talk about whether or not it’s worth it. Obviously, I think it is, but everyone else’s experience is different. As such, I’d love to hear everyone’s feedback.

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