Entrepreneurs looking to build their first startup desperately need good advice and strong mentors. Unfortunately some of the conventional wisdom floating around the internet is downright counterproductive.
In my last post in this series, I dealt with whether it's possible to launch an MVP on a shoestring budget.
TL;DR: With the right engineering partner it's possible to crank out an MVP for under 15k as a non-technical founder, but get ready to be involved with the process and immerse yourself in the business side of things.
Outstaffing — hiring a remote employee through another company — is one of the best ways to quickly fill a talent gap on your engineering team.
Outsourcing your IT project doesn't have to end in disaster. If all parties take some practical steps, looking abroad for your development needs can be a smashing success.
Large and small enterprises continue to adopt bureaucracy as a means of creating formal working systems and arrangements.
The role of a developer in a project goes beyond handling the technical programming stuff. For those who are working in the tech industry, you ought to know that it is quite difficult to recruit and keep a developer.