MoSCoW prioritization framework is a simple but powerful tool to set priorities in different fields including development, HR, and other operational activities.
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How would look the lean canvas examples of Google, Facebook, Amazon, Youtube, and Airbnb back in their bootstrapping days? Check our blog post to find this out.
Are you thinking of building a mobile app? Instead of dealing with native app development, consider cross-platform development using React Native. In this article, you’ll discover the best examples of React Native apps including Instagram, Tesla, and Facebook.
Jira Data Center compatible version of Smart Checklist add-on is now live on the Atlassian Marketplace. Read about new standards and our journey to the Data Center Approved App designation.
There are different MVP misconceptions that prevent product owners from using this concept from Lean Startup methodology in the most efficient way. In this article, we’ll dispel several myths related to minimum viable product and reveal the true benefit of this term.
Where in London Lies the Biggest Potential for AI Innovations? A Must-Read Guide for the UK-Based AI Entrepreneurs
This article provides an overview of London AI ecosystem and current development of AI-driven startups in the UK. Eventually, we’ll prove that London is a place you need to be in for the research and development of AI.
This article will guide you inside the essence of startup metrics, and you’ll learn why it is fundamental to measure various sorts of data to achieve success and make your product competitive in the market
In this article, you will find out which programming language, Ruby or Java, is the best for your startup from both technical and managemental viewpoint.
Recently we attended the Product Development Days conference in Krakow, in this post I will share what we’ve learned and discuss whether these events are worth attending.
This article is a real helper for those aimed at choosing between Heroku vs. AWS as a hosting provider. It is an unbiased look at pricing, usability, etc.