Tag: tony stubblebine

  • Building software for people

    Like most of his posts, Tony Stubblebine’s piece on experiments in software services struck a chord with me: I want to build useful products. I’m glad I know that about myself. Some programmers want to solve hard problems. That’s not a priority for me. Some programmers want the internals of their code to be beautiful. […]

  • Assume there’s value

    Tony Stubblebine has written a great post about the lessons he’s learned from Twitter, which was created at Odeo while he was working there. This advice stands out for me: Have you ever looked at a piece of social software and thought, or worse, blogged, that it was worthless? Here’s a trick for evaluating social […]