When entrepreneurs talk about failure, they treat it like a badge of honor. Bloggers and motivational speakers encourage entrepreneurs and innovators to get out there and fail spectacularly.
Strong opinions and rough ideas from the edge of software development.
To most executives, the idea of embarking on a project as complex as a software application without a plan is insane. I couldn’t agree more. However, it’s often equally problematic to go too far in the opposite direction.
On more than one occasion, I’ve asked a developer if something can be done and received this response: “With enough money and time, anything can be done.”
So you’ve got a product, a great product, and now you need to get the message out to the right people. You’re likely interested in utilizing social media and may even be considering hiring a community manager to run your social media presence. Here are some things you should know.
Even if you are fortunate enough to find a skilled and experienced development team, that doesn’t always mean they’re the right fit for your project. For newly funded companies and growing companies alike, it’s critical to sift through the dev shops that “could” build your product to find those that are best suited to bring your vision to life.