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You have an idea for a tech product but don't know how to translate your thoughts into an Minimum Viable Product (MVP).
We help you plan and build your first MVP without requiring any technical skills on your part.

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Plan

Create a solid action plan so you can budget accordingly

Build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

Build

Build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) to validate your assumptions

Find Product-Market Fit

Improve

Iterate to Produc-Market Fit with fast update cycles

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IDEA AUDIT

Find out if and how you can get from an idea you have in your head to a working MVP

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ROADMAPPING

Translate strategic decisions into an actionable plan that provides direction for development

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CUSTOM PROJECT

Work with our team to get your MVP built profesionally according to your roadmap

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How Much Does It Cost to Build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)?

Knowing the cost of the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) upfront, for an early stage startup, is knowing if that startup can grow into a real businesses or if it's just another unrealistic dream.

5 Things You Need To Know Before Building Your First MVP

How often do you find yourself coming up with new business ideas? I bet you do that every day. Coming up with ideas, or dreaming about a better future is how you build and grow a startup, it’s what makes you an entrepreneur.

How to test a function that yields a block with Minitest and Rspec

Have you ever tried writing a test for a function that takes a block and does something to that block? I recently had to do that same thing and found there was not much written about it so in this post I'm going to fix that, I'm going to show you how to create expectations on block arguments.

How to write a Cucumber test for Google Maps

Trying to write a Cucumer test for a Google Maps related feature is a bit trickier than you might expect. It involves tweaking the Google Map on the testing environment and using a javascript capable driver like Selelnium. Check out the article to see how you can do it.

How to spend less time and money on growing your business

We all have ideas we would like to validate yesterday if possible but of course in reality that rarely happens. The constant lack of developer time makes our wishes become dreams most of which will never see the light of day.

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