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Quit waiting and ship some code

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This is a message I need for myself:

  • You may not be the most sought after theme designer.
  • You may not shatter minds with the next CSS breakthrough.
  • You may not know every WordPress function.
  • You may not extend WordPress to its limits.
  • You may not make everything sexy with jQuery.
  • You may not know every SEO trick.
  • You may not master responsive design.
  • You may not be a security expert.
  • You may not write world class PHP.
  • You may not always follow best practices.
  • You will not be bug free.

So quit waiting until you’re perfect because you never will be.

Ship some damn code.

15 thoughts on “Quit waiting and ship some code

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  2. 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.

    1. Thanks for the comment and tweet. I remember Matt’s post well. I’ve tried to focus on iteration rather than perfection ever since. It was a great read.

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  5. 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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