We want to improve the app, but we're stuck fixing bugs!
- We start with an unscripted bit.
- Our backlog and todo list are still stressing us out.
- We want to improve the app, but we get stuck fixing bugs.
- Justin is going to be at Laracon, NYC.
- Should we fly less?
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