Shipping early doesn't mean shipping broken

We're often told to ship our work before it's perfect. That's good advice, especially because only your users know what perfect is.

But be careful of the other extreme. Shipping something that's broken helps nobody. Have you ever bought something online that was broken when it arrived at your door? Don't do that to somebody.

Yes, ship early. Go light on the features. But make sure the features you have are in full working order.

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