Kick Back and Relax, Until the Servers Crash
You always remember your first. My first startup was quite a ride. I started as tech employee 2, then the company grew to over 15. I’m a designer, not a developer, and for me, the hardest thing I did there was put together my own desk. After we moved to a larger office, each one of us had to put together our own desks, and I tried to follow the directions, but ended up modding my desk, so the CPU would fit into the drawer space.
We were always pushing the servers, and they would crash, or our code would crash them. ทั้งสองวิธี, it had to be taken care of, and there was no development environment, because the opportunity cost was too high. Time to market was the most important factor, above stability, above a great UX.