- A successful business addresses a market need that is unmet, over-, or underserved, with a solution that costs less than the user assigns value to it
- Successful business is about providing solutions then — not (necessarily) technologies. …
If you are using Docker containers to ship your application, you have already had a fair taste of the ease of software engineering that containers bring. Not having to worry about your application behaving differently in production (or any other environment) is truly a major relief for developers. …
Confirmation bias — the tendency to discredit non-confirmative evidence, or to seek out (actively or subconsciously) primarily confirming evidence — is part of all of us.
When approaching a market from the outside, a lot of effort has to go into understanding the relevant players and people of the field. This takes time and is a steep effort. But it is the only way to understand how your customers think, what their struggles and ambitions are…
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