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24. Side Projects for Fun and (not necessarily) Profit
Jul 8, 2019
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The web started off weird, and there’s a wonderful and concerted effort to ensure that, at least parts of it, stay that way.

Heroku designer Charlie Gleason and lead strategist Stephen Barlow dive into their experiences working on side projects—small, silly, funny, and emotive vignettes on the web—that span random Arrested Development episode selectors, Kanye West browser-based mini games, collaborative art projects, and everything in between.

Learn how to get involved with your own community of makers, why it’s more important to have fun than it is to try and get internet famous, and some things to look out for when working with others.

So, put away the kanban board, get inspired, and keep the internet weird with a side project of your own.

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