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He also clearly points out the main aspects of doing business and stresses that the product itself (i.e. software code) is only 1/3 of your final offer/solution.
In my view, a must-read for all the starting entrepreneurs (mainly focused on ICT) or entrepreneurs-to-be.
As a developer you probably have ideas for products and start building them. That is completely wrong. This book explains why and how you should validate ideas first. The simple fact of software products or services is this; you will never have a technical problem to solve because even if you can't do it yourself you can hire someone who can. What you will have is a marketing problem. Because without interest and potential paying customers you won't generate any money for your efforts!
If you are developer you must read this book.
If you are not a developer you must read this book.
If you are thinking of creating a software product or launching a software as a service offering you must read this book.
It is that simple.
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Really enjoyed reading this, provided a few useful insights that I've managed to incorporate into my daily routines that has given me much more focus. Thanks!Published 7 months ago by Rodney C.
Packed really life examples that will help build and develop small software business. Thanks for talking the time to share Rob.Published on 12 Oct. 2013 by bsandall
Short but meaty, with a lot of practical advice. Hence 4*. Focused on web startups and how to build a portfolio of niched web startups.Published on 19 Jan. 2013 by Classe
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