Dev to Dev: James Duncan Davidson Interviews Panic

“Panic is a small, privately held software company in Portland, Oregon. Its employees are the makers of Unison, Transmit, Audion, Candybar, and other nifty

“Panic is a small, privately held software company in Portland, Oregon. Its employees are the makers of Unison, Transmit, Audion, Candybar, and other nifty programs for the Mac. Founded by Cabel Sasser and Steven Frank, Panic has attracted quite a following and has achieved success as a maker of software for the Mac. In fact, they might just be a case study in how to build a software company now that the bubble is long gone. To attempt to find out what makes Panic tick, I made the journey to its world headquarters (OK, so I walked five blocks from my apartment, but don’t tell my editor) and spoke with Steven and Cabel.” Thanks Andre


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE