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The talk starts putting down the myth that you actually need an idea to continue about topics that go from product engineering to project management (even for small teams) and other common topics to …

The talk starts putting down the myth that you actually need an idea to continue about topics that go from product engineering to project management (even for small teams) and other common topics to software development and “appcrafting”.

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  • 1. The Road to Publishing Raul Portales @plattysoft
  • 2. About me
  • 3. The need of an Idea?● The common belief is that when youre building a software company, the goal is to find a neat idea that solves some problem which hasnt been solved before, implement it, and make a fortune. ● Joel Spolsky - 2000
  • 4. Ideas are worthless● “Ideas are not a dime a dozen” ● Mike Lee
  • 5. Ideas are never the problem
  • 6. What is a good idea?
  • 7. Get your MVP
  • 8. Product first, Monetization last● There are always ways to monetize a good product.● A perfect designed monetization system will not make profit of a mediocre product.
  • 9. Do not reinvent the wheel
  • 10. Do prototypes and betas
  • 11. Have a Roadmap● Manage multiple versions● Juggle tasks around● Use a project management system
  • 12. Be Water Agile my friend
  • 13. Technical DebtIt is like any other debt
  • 14. Hire external people
  • 15. Ship Early, Ship Often But do not ship too early
  • 16. The Polishing / Effort graph
  • 17. The Final Push
  • 18. After Launch● Marketing● Community Management● Updates● Feedback
  • 19. There is no silver bullet
  • 20. Summary● Iterate and Learn ● Is ok to Fail● Be Water Agile my friend● Achieve the Zen● There is no silver bullet
  • 21. Questions? Raul Portales @plattysoft