As creators, most of us enjoy the making part much more than the sharing part. The problem is that unless we get it out in to the world, no one will see it.
"The product cycle of a feature isn't done until we get users, and some feedback on it."
This week we talk to Richard Schneeman, software developer and creator of Code Triage, the easiest way to get involved in open source. We talk about he found a balance between building new features and promoting his product, and how he went from a simple script to 20,000 developers and 2,000 projects.
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