GrowthHackers Experiments is a complete platform to track ideas, hypotheses and results.
Architecture is the foundation for how well a complex software product will work. It determines scalability, stability, and security among other things. If this foundation is not laid properly it may cost a lot of money to fix faults and maintain such a product. The idea behind an MVP is to build something tangible fast and get feedback to iteratively improve the product. The concept of architecture planning isn't really within the scope of an MVP. In contrast, a detailed outline of the architecture at the earliest stages of the process not only can be an expensive exercise, but also a meaningless one. Since the viability of a business idea has not been verified yet. In this article, we attempt to show how to find a middle ground and wisely approach the use of microservices and CQRS, based on your own experience.
In this Heavybit Speaker Series, we were thrilled to host David Skok, Partner at Matrix Partners. David discusses why most companies end up building vendor centric sales processes that don’t work. He outlines a step by step approach for creating a buyer centric funnel centered around “getting inside your customers head” and identifying key “triggers” and “wow moments”.
Customer development is a term from the Lean Startup methodology that refers to the process of talking with and surveying potential customers to build a product that solves a real need. Customer development is considered a key component of finding product/market fit which is the essential foundation of sustainable growth. Learn how to do customer development to help you find product/market fit.