This is the blog of Adam Kalsey. Unusual depth and complexity. Rich, full body with a hint of nutty earthiness.
Strategy Means Saying No
An oft-overlooked aspect of strategy is to define what you are not doing. There are lots of adjacent problems you can attack. Strategy means defining which ones you will ignore.
Understanding vision, strategy, and execution
Vision is what you’re trying to do. Strategy is broad strokes on how you’ll get there. Execution is the tasks you complete to complete the strategy.
How to advance your Product Market Fit KPI
Finding the gaps in your product that will unlock the next round of growth.
Developer Relations as Developer Success
Outreach, marketing, and developer evangelism are a part of Developer Relations. But the companies that are most successful with developers spend most of their time on something else.
Developer Experience Principle 6: Easy to Maintain
Keeping your product Easy to Maintain will improve the lives of your team and your customers. It will help keep your docs up to date. Your SDKs and APIs will be released in sync. Your tooling and overall experience will shine.
Developer Experience Principle 5: Easy to Trust
A developer building part of their business on your product needs to believe that you’re going to do the right thing for them and their customers.
Developer Experience Principle 4: Easy to Get Help
The faster you can unblock a stuck developer, the better their experience will be.
Developer Experience Principle 3: Easy to Build
A product makes it Easy to Build by focusing on productivity for developers building real-world applications.