This is a screenshot from Github, and for most of you who don't know what it is, it's a code hosting and collaborative software for developers. Tools that every modern developer can't live without it. Of course, there is an alternative, but Github is the most popular and probably the best choice. I guess that is why it's acquired by Microsoft, (you know they buy only the best things), like Discord, Linkedin, etc.
Anyways, I wanted to share these two screenshots.
On the screenshot above, you can see the things that we work on every day, and it's deployed in the background without even you noticing. Those things you can't see or touch, but you can feel like some subtle energy. It's there to help us build better processes and tools. So, even if you don't see some super big change on the Moonly, know that it's a constant work of improving, maintaining old stuff, and building internal tools and processes.
On the screenshot below, you can see the orange bar chart that shows the number of commits (changes or work) we did from January 1st. You can notice that we didn't slow down almost at all, even pre and after-mint. Maybe those spikes are a bit shorter in the last few months, but trust me on the word, we pushed even harder.
I am showing you this, so you can understand that it's not all about what you see. There are many things going on in the background that are so technical that they are not even worth sharing. And some of our internal stuff we can't share because the space is competitive.
You know the saying, "don't judge the book by it's cover".