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What technologies to use for an MVP

What technologies to use for an MVP?

it’s important to mention in this article, that we are talking only about software-only products, which can be built and launch in a matter of 1-3 weeks. It is nearly impossible to have an MVP of a hardware product in the same limited time period. But if your hardware product has some software inside or […]

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Iteration vs Pivot

Iteration vs Pivot

According to Michael Seibel, the CEO of Y Combinator: Pivot – when you change your customer and/or problem that you solve Iteration – when you change your product to better solve the same problem Many people speak of pivoting as it should happen very often. And it might happen often, indeed at first, when you […]

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Terraform

What is Terraform?

If you check our website, you will find a Tech article about AWS. AWS is a great tool for controlling costs, especially for larger projects in which there is a need for a special person just for infrastructure – AWS allows not to hire such person and continue using distributed computing power that is maintained […]

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What startups will thrive in 2020

Which businesses will thrive in 2020?

The year 2020 has just ended its first quarter, but the distance between January and May feels like a decade. Nothing could be farther now than simple quiet times without market shaking and covid-2019 breaking out. And still, every entrepreneur knows, that in muddy water one can catch the biggest fish, we just have to […]

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MVP software development

How long is MVP developed?

When we talk about building an MVP, we understand that MVP means “a very, very simple product”. For example – without 3G, Appstore, MMS, etc, the iPhone 1G was a very, very simple product. It doesn’t mean that the quality of the product is intentionally lowered, though. The quality in this case is measured by […]

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