The majority of responses I see in Facebook Groups and online forums in regards to client problems is very one sided and reactionary. "Fire them!" "Shut down their website!" "Send them to collections!" Not only is this a very "torch and pitchfork" type of response it makes you and our industry look uneducated and inexperienced. … Continue reading Getting comfortable with client confrontation. It’s not final.
Over 10 years ago I had a bad rock climbing accident on a route that someone else set up and broke my right foot and shattered my left ankle. Yes, it hurt, but all these years later, I still regard it as my fault. I was really into rock climbing at the time. Buying stoppers, … Continue reading Why your last Web Developer sucked