15 Responses

  1. M.

    This is a message I need for myself, too. :)

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  3. Andrea_R

    Chris Garret once told me to launch at 70%. That’s one of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever heard.

    Because my 70%? Is totally someone else’s 110%.

    Everyone is too hard on their own work – code, design, and yeah… even quilts. Close enough and done is waaaay better than perfect and never finished.

  4. Andrew Nacin

    This reminds me of an essay by Matt from last year: 1.0 is the Loneliest Number.

    1. Josh Stauffer

      I was thinking the same thing. Great advice. Awesome line: “If you’re not embarrassed when you ship your first version you waited too long.”

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  7. Edward Caissie

    Great Advice!

    If you waited to be perfect every time you would be missing the fun of squashing bugs and creating better code the next time around.

    It’s a rare individual that can learn from their own perfection.

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