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Posts Tagged ‘ development ’

Is Your Idea 10 Years Too Early? Pivot It.

Every now and again, I come across a startup with a bold idea and a determination to execute on it. But the technology that’s required for successful execution isn’t

Pre-Validate Your Idea With A $100 Landing Page

April 29th, 2016 by Thomas Szmidel in App Development, startup, Web Development 4 Comments »

Validated ideas are those that have had total strangers express interest in or even buy into. Ideas can be validated with landing pages that can be created for less

Why Your Sales Method Should Guide Product Development

March 16th, 2016 by Tas Bindi in App Development, Product, Sales No Comments »

The internet age and the growth of apps have disrupted many assumptions about how to do business, but one revolution that’s easily overlooked is changes to the very way

How To Not Get Ripped Off By A Software Development Company-

February 13th, 2014 by Martin in Default 2 Comments »

“How much will it cost, when will it be delivered and what do I get?”
– Said by every client I ever met before starting a software development project.