If you actually want to ship an MVP, you have to approach it from below, delivering a product that turns out not to be viable and adding to it until it is. You have to look back and say, ah, that minimal release was the first one that was viable.
Why are my customers fighting this? Well they’re rational too, and know that a consequence of this process is that your first few releases will be failures. If you can’t survive the embarrassment of walking home with a broken bike frame, then maybe it’s best to make sure that your MVP process is a bit less public.
we must be very careful when we give advice to younger people; sometimes they follow it
Try using one or more of the following in your next conflict during a meeting:
- “I think this is a really important issue that we need to talk through openly.”
- “Thanks for raising this issue. I’m uncomfortable with where we’re heading and would feel better if we could talk it through as a team.”
- “I think it took guts to put that on the table. I respect that.”
- “You come at this from a very different perspective than I do, so it’s natural that we see it differently.”
You can read his analysis on his blog here.
More evidence surfaces online about Freedom 251, the Android phone on sale in India for 251 INR, the equivalent of $3.65 USD at today’s rates.
Accordingly to different online sources collated at openattitude.com this is how the website looked like on the day of announcement
while the next day it was like
You can find the rest of the discrepancies here.
StackOverflow has published their update architecture for quickly delivering the responses to our various questions.
You can find the detailed components and numbers here.
That post is part of a series in which they detail different technical aspects of their stack. This is the page that links them together.
To save your screenshot to the Clipboard instead of a file on your desktop, use Command-Shift-Control-4.
It is still built with meteor and you can host it yourself.
The feature we’ve all been waiting for is finally here! You can now right-click on an interface or abstract method definition and navigate to its implementation by using the Go To Implementation shortcut.