Daniel Miller

Product-focused Technology Leader

With 20 years of experience in technology and entrepreneurship, I help companies ship software that delivers real value to customers.

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You don’t need confidence, just contribution

The work is the point, and my work is unique. If I can do something that people find useful, then I should. It doesn’t matter if it’s a masterpiece or not, as long as I enjoy it. I’ve got my own weird angle on things that’s a useful counter-melody in the big orchestra of life.

Pick prolific: quantity, quality, and Chidi’s Dilemma

It’s easy for me to fall into the temptation of creating one essay/pull request/turn-of-phrase that exhibits all of the quality that should exemplify my work. But it’s better for me to create a bunch of things that exhibit some of that quality so I can better learn what is essential to the quality and what is illusory.


What I learned making some kind of music for 365 consecutive days:

“Discipline” is the process of organizing your life to repeat a beneficial task or set of tasks daily. This skill is the only way to realize any idea or vision.

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