Presentation at WebExpo Prague 2013. Description below
We have learned how to build software: Extreme Programming gave us the developer tools and Scrum the project management tools. But we are still investing a lot of money in our ideas and most of them fail. 9 out of 10 startups are unsuccessful. Why is that? One reason is that we still make assumptions about our users' needs. Repeat after me: "I am not my user!"
This talk will discuss about minimum viable products, validated learning and continuous deployment: how to write the minimum amount of code that can teach us something about the user and only then developing the full feature (instead of waiting to have the perfect feature that maybe nobody wants).