Fundamentally, though, your application should always be broken up into separate components – each should be capable of functioning somewhat on its own.
Before I finally made it to a more modern company that fully embraced Agile methodologies, I worked for a firm that used the waterfall method exclusively for project planning.
It was a nightmare.
Don’t let perfect be the enemy of good. But also don’t let shipping be the enemy of beauty.
I pride myself now on working with some of the best WordPress engineers in the world. At 10up, our clients know they’re getting solid editorial projects backed by even more solid engineering. There’s some magic in that, but most of it is learned.
I use WordPress daily; I critique it almost as frequently. Are my suggestions contributing to a solution or just further conflating the problem?
I’m super excited to announce that I’m using 10up’s newest product – PushUp – on this site. If you’re visiting on Safari you’ve already see the popup asking for permission to notify you.