Jon Fazzaro

Me

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I'm a music and software nerd who's probably off looking for a cup of coffee right now.

Ten years in, I stand by my proclamation: Someday, she will take over the world and hand it a flower. 

Happy Birthday to This Girl.

Ten years in, I stand by my proclamation: Someday, she will take over the world and hand it a flower.

Happy Birthday to This Girl.

I chose poorly. »

My team has been pulling out stops all winter long to build a cutting edge single-page app for a very important client. Suddenly, earlier this month, the SPA framework I picked officially white-flagged it.

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Yet, in spite of this and plenty of coffee, I sleep like a baby.

But isn’t this the nightmare scenario that our parents and managers warned us about when we started using open-source libraries? What if the sole proprietor of the project gets hit by a bus? What if the poor schlub making this thing for free wakes up and gets a real job? What if?They’re all going to laugh at you.

Oh, logic from 2007. Adorbs.

Of course I care about the app, and the long-term implications of the tools we choose for it. But I’m not uptight about having chosen the “wrong” SPA framework for our client because my team and I are clear on what really makes software valuable. And we work hard to ensure that our app has it.

The Primary Value of Software [ Aptera ]