Build What Matters
I embarked on a mission with fellow Gusto engineer Alyssa Hester to find and complete an experiment solely focused on customer outcomes. In this first post of this series, we’ll talk about how Alyssa and I found an outcome-based experiment and defined a realistic minimum lovable product (MLP).
Does this code spark joy? Tidying up your code bit by bit.
When tidying it is important to differentiate between structural and behavioral changes. Behavioral change means changing the way the code operates. Changing the return value of a function is an example of a behavioral change. Structural change, on the other hand, does not change how the code...