Technical debt is a strange beast, and knowing when to pay it off is key to smooth product development.
I have been no stranger to domain moves in the past, but in late 2018 was able to acquire the domain name readable.com, and so - for hopefully the last time - we're moving again!
Inspired by Adrian Rosebrock, I take a little time for some self-reflection and look at what gave me life (and took life from me) in 2017.
Over at Added Bytes HQ, a lot has been going on. Unfortunately, GetPostCookie had to be taken offline for a while. But it's back!
The CEO Library is an amazing idea - interviewing CEOs and founders, but not about their apps. Instead, they ask about reading habits - what do you read, what books made a difference in your life, and what books do you recommend to others?
In 2012, I left a Brighton web development agency to go freelance. Since then, I've been lucky enough to work with an eclectic selection of Brighton and UK companies, on everything from busy Magento shops to tiny newsletter campaigns. Never a dull moment! But, as of today, I'm no longer a freelancer. Today ... I am a founder.
My thoughts on the future of the small bootstrappers group we have in Brighton, after almost a year of activity.
When I first launched Readability-Score.com, the domain I chose was ... just about acceptable. But as the site and offering have grown, the domain has become more and more of a problem. Well, not any more!
When Courtland from Indie Hackers posted on reddit to introduce his site, I was (like most people) impressed by both the quality of his interviews and the presentation of the site. So I was chuffed to bits when Courtland asked me to do an interview for the site.