Almost every failed startup has a product. What failed startups don’t have are enough customers.
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To have a successful startup, you need a great idea in a growing market, a great team, a great product, and great execution. Thus, before you write a single line of code, you need to evaluate if your idea is worth spending years building it. I have founded two companies (one exited, second in progress), … Continue reading Before You Write Code For Your Idea, Ask These 4 Questions First
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