I’ve spent the last several months working with an API from a major fitness brand, and have found myself entrenched in a kind of Kafkaesque nightmare. Programmers love challenges, and good programmers refuse to be defeated by them. I like to think, that I’m a pretty good programmer. So although each night I go to … Continue reading Techniques to prevent adoption of your API
I quit my job in 2005, and cashed in my pension, my 401k, and my savings to build The Definitive Guide to New York City’s two thousand plus bars. I had spent the last 8 years working long hours as a software developer at an investment bank, and I had watched all my best work become obsolesced. I wanted to build something that was my own, something that would last. And so began a long odyssey in entrepreneurship.
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