September 7, 2019

Deciding on a product I want to build

Isaac Aderogba @isaacaderogba

I've spent the last couple of months building small apps so that I could improve as a software developer (

I'm finally ready to take the leap and build something more significant. Super excited to introduce Conduit, a product management tool for self-managed engineering teams. Of course, this is still only a concept, but I've finally landed on something that I want to build for the long term.

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