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Should I build a Proof of Concept or a Minimum Viable Product?

You have a vision, now you need a roadmap.

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I am not afraid of storms for I am learning how to sail my ship.

— Louisa May Alcott

You have a product in mind which you want to build for your customers. But you have no experience building the product, and development will cost you a…

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Alberto Cuesta Cañada

Alberto Cuesta Cañada

Blockchain Architect | Distributed and High Performance Computing Expert | Chaotic and Complex Systems Fanboy

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