Big developers have to chase economies of scale, and that’s fragile, because it depends upon a huge workflow coming through that area. A small developer is completely constrained by economy of means... So I need to work at a scale that makes sense, and cultivate the other people I need to partner with. If I get too big too fast, everything’s at risk.
— R. John Anderson

R. John Anderson talks about the growth of the small-scale developer movement, recent bootcamps hosted by his organization, the Incremental Development Alliance, and the value of small-scale projects. Plus a cameo from Kevin Klinkenberg to talk about baseball.

You can catch more John Anderson on our site, as well as his blog.