We (as everybody else) were well aware of the dreadful start-up failure statistics. It goes like this: 9 out of 10 start-ups fail. Moreover, we were going to enter a highly competitive market. 2,369 more words
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Enrichment week came faster than we expected and the often-mentioned rapid prototyping was upon us.
Excitement mixed with anxiety was filling up my days. I’ve never been a very good “maker”. 678 more words
This is one of the shortest needull ever posted. But, the idea is very powerful. Basically 80:20 rule explained in a different way.
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Putting the task in a time-box was a very easy way to distil out what those essential data points were (ears, whiskers, and nose I think are the key ones!)
MVP is all people talk about in development these days, like it’s the fix for every problem, unfortunately it creates a whole new set of problems and a certain amount of complacency that is often damaging the brands that deliver MVP’s. 608 more words
Having a software based start up is really popular. Mainly because the costs of starting one are so miniscule. You can literally have an idea and if you’re a coder, get something up and running. 1,107 more words