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from 1470 days ago

Eric Ries hates that he was forced to validate having to throw out 25,000 lines of code by telling himself that he learned something. The core argument in his book, The Lean Startup, is that companies should be learning what they need to know before they move into the development phase. That doesn’t just mean that good design will instantly assure your product’s success. It means you’ll need to understand more than just the typical management structure to build something amazing.

Ries and many other entrepreneurs have been developing their systems around the needs of the customer rather than spending months debating bugs and features. I’ve broken down some of the basic cornerstones of the Lean Startup movement here, and hopefully they’ll serve you well in building your next idea.

Rethink Your Design Before the Crunch

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