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SEPTEMBER 20, 2010 Agile ideology in startups
Early data can be too random due to poor selection of data sources and small sample sizes, as in the case of a startup’s first customers. Here are some practical examples: Agile development practitioners recommend that inexperienced teams go through at least 2-3 full iterations before they start tuning their practice of a methodology.
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JULY 8, 2011 Startup Tools
It became my bible (after the real one to develop my company LocalBooking. am still trying to figure out the right market and customers for it.
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SEPTEMBER 15, 2008 Lessons Learned: The lean startup
But by taking advantage of open source, agile software, and iterative development, lean startups can operate with much less waste. am heavily indebted to earlier theorists, and highly recommend the books Lean Thinking and Lean Software Development. Labels: customer development , lean startup 8comments: Amy said. for H.
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STARTUP LESSONS LEARNED Lessons Learned: A new version of the Joel Test (draft)
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2008
I am convinced one of Joel Spolskys lasting contributions to the field of managing software teams will turn out to be the Joel Test , a checklist of 12 essential practices that you could use to rate the effectiveness of a software product development
team. Joel said it: "Top notch development
teams dont torture their programmers." MORE >>
SVPG Developing Strong Product Owners
| THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2011
Your company needs the strongest product team possible, and if you don’t develop
your team and provide growth opportunities, there are other companies that will. ” This note discusses the technique that I use and advocate for providing a framework for ongoing skills assessment and development
. his ability). MORE >>
STARTUP LESSONS LEARNED Lessons Learned: Built to learn
| THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 2009
Rather than use boring section headers, I thought Id just quote from actual customers
, in their own words. Thats the essence of so many of the lean startup techniques Ive evangelized: customer development
, the Ideas/Code/Data feedback loop , and the adaptation of agile development
to the startup experience. billing. MORE >>
STARTUP LESSONS LEARNED Embrace technical debt
| WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2009
Like a financial debt, the technical debt incurs interest payments, which come in the form of the extra effort that we have to do in future development
because of the quick and dirty design choice. Startups especially can benefit by using technical debt to experiment, invest in process, and increase their product development
leverage. MORE >>
STARTUP LESSONS LEARNED Lessons Learned: The product manager's lament
| SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2008
Lessons Learned by Eric Ries Sunday, October 5, 2008 The product managers lament Life is not easy when youre working in an old-fashioned waterfall development
process, no matter what role you play. met one recently that is working on a really innovative product, and the stories I heard from their development
team made me want to cringe. MORE >>
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