Why you don’t want to mix learning and shipping product

To Learn Or To Ship, That’s The Question

Learning a framework or tool while trying to ship your product doesn’t blend well. In this article, I’ll tell you why that is.

Learning a framework or tool and shipping your product are two things that don’t really mix up most of the time. In this article, I explain why you should separate the two for your project

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Team lead @Detacom | cross-platform | mobile & web dev | Product Development | SaaS | ♥family+movies+food | created www.washem.app | Owner www.eekayonline.com

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Edwin Klesman

Edwin Klesman

Team lead @Detacom | cross-platform | mobile & web dev | Product Development | SaaS | ♥family+movies+food | created www.washem.app | Owner www.eekayonline.com

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