Book review: The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
“The Lean Startup” is an easy to read/listen-to publication. It is full of great tips which are applicable for a bedroom programmer who is baking their first side hustle but also for a group of serious-looking professionals, making millions of pounds worth decisions in a boardroom. From the concept of MVP (Minimal Viable Product), through to the quick iteration cycle, A/B testing, “Five Whys Rule” to very high-level considerations about the role of a startup in the market. Although it’s written by an entrepreneur with a software development background, the insights from this book are super useful regardless of the industry. I highly recommend this book to not only to people interested in running a new startup but also to everyone who is involved in the process of building a quality product.
Might give it a go after finishing Production Ready GraphQL (https://book.productionread..., thanks Pawel :)
Nice dude. I should give GraphQL one a go as well.