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Always. Be. Shipping.

It's helpful to discuss features, but sometimes the value of a feature is inversely proportional to how much it has been discussed. Our job as software developers is to deliver features and solve business problems, not to generate neverending discussion. 

Maybe "Do it f***ing now" is too extreme, but at the very least, make sure you spend at least as much of your time doing as discussing

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Always. Be. Shipping.

Great words to live by. At 4D Pipeline we have a set of principles for our team that we try to work by. It's rare to add to this list but today we have with these 3 words.

Ultimately this is a major strength we bring to projects. We know as an agency we need to hit the ground running, get sh!t done, and show great results. We've no problem with this. We are ready to earn your trust. We understand that results matter. Our agile and MVP process is second to none and a big part of this is not only moving fast but advancing the product continuously with small but significant steps and allowing the product to Always. Be. Shipping.

Good article and fun video to watch :-)

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An MVP is not a Cheaper Product, It’s about Smart Learning

An MVP is not a Cheaper Product, It’s about Smart Learning | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
A minimum viable product (MVP) is not always a smaller/cheaper version of your final product. Defining the goal for a MVP can save you tons of time, money and grief. Drones over the Heartland I ran...
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As always, awesome Steve Blank. I wish I could add some further insight but alas Steve has nailed it. 

This is a common lesson/process we do with our customers - prove the business first. 

 

A minimum viable product is not always a smaller/cheaper version of your final product

·         Think about cheap hacks to test the goal·         Great founders keep their eye on the prize
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