Building software for 2030
Will we still be supporting Internet Explorer in a decade?
This week on the program, Justin and Jon talk about:
- The new Transistor UI, and how folks are responding to it.
- "Damn the torpedoes!" – seeing if our update worked in IE11 after we deployed.
- Tobias Lütke, Shopify: “All the trends have been accelerated. The pandemic has moved everything forward 10 years. So now we need to build 2030 level software in 2020.”
- Restaurant trends:
- Bug bounties - what do other SaaS companies do with these?
- Mike Myers on Conan
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