Working on a new thing

Number of developers will tell you, they prefer building “a new thing”, rather than maintaining existing “legacy” projects.

While working on “green field”, “day zero” projects can definitely be fun, they rarely feel real to me. The “real” project lives in production. It has users. It has load. It demands improvement.

You can’t improve “a new thing”.

All topics

applearduinoarm64askmeawsberlinbookmarksbuildkitcgocoffeecontinuous profilingCOVID-19designdockerdynamodbe-paperenglishesp8266firefoxgithub actionsGogooglegraphqlhomelabIPv6k3skuberneteslinuxmacosmaterial designmDNSmusicndppdneondatabaseobjective-cpasskeyspostgresqlpprofprofeferandomraspberry pirusttravis civs codewaveshareµ-benchmarks