Jeff Triplett is a veteran in the Django space. In fact he has done so much for the Python and Django communities and helps to organize Django Con). We recorded this before I went on Vacation but there is still a lot to pull from this episode!
In this reflect I think about my Target Market Fit. Are there thousands in this group? No. Are there hundreds? Maybe.Will I be able to make a sustainable business around the few people that have proven to be devoted to the brand? I think so.★ Support this podcast by donating ★
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In this week’s reflection, I talk about the toxicity of trying to stand out!Don’t be a 💩🐦!I also give an update on some coding projects.
PIT Transcriptor (issue with repo)
PIT Billing Project (No repo for this one, but I’ll be sharing more info about it in an upcoming conference talk)
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