1/30/2013

Developers shouldn't start acting like rock stars simply because they've shipped a product, writes Andy Kim. Humility and a willingness to buckle down and focus on perfecting your product during the post-launch period make it far more likely you'll succeed in the long run, Kim writes. "If you throw a party after you ship and act like the world is your oyster, you're probably on the road to failure," he warns.

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