Conveyor: our switch from native to electron.

Conveyor is the most ambitious product we’ve ever attempted. It’s one of those things that is either going to be brilliantly valuable or a brilliant failure. After nearly 2.5 years of active development, we decided to rebuild the entire client from native to Electron. While this meant that the product launch would take even longer, we decided it is worth it to deliver the right experience.

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Working on the next little thing

When you first start a product, you have a small set of problems you want to solve for a specific audience, and you go all in. As a product gains customers and grows, you have to focus on what’s next. 

I think this is where product owners get into trouble. We always tend to think about the next big thing. But you also need to constantly refine your product in the places that you have not looked at for years. This week, we asked one simple question to get this perspective from our customers.

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The founder hustle

Last night, while supporting the team through an important maintenance, I was reading through Twitter and saw the continuation of backlash towards this tweet:

When I first saw the tweet, I had no passionate reaction to it. To each their own, whatever. But the comments were magic. People of every walk of life, owners, employees, commented how wrong it is to have this mentality. Because, as they rightly pointed out, this is family time and we should hustle less. I wholeheartedly agree.

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