MVPs – how to build as much as needed and as little as possible
Building software that fulfills its true purpose can be easier than you expect. Most requirements are premature and are only validated by real-world feedback. The easiest way to solve any problem is to realize you don’t need to solve it at all.
The acronym MVP gets thrown around a lot, even outside the startup world. What does it really mean to build a minimum viable product? Does it mean we can sacrifice in quality? Join me on a hackathon to find out how much product we can ship in 45 minutes.
BIO: Peep leads one of the product engineering teams at TransferWise, constantly looking for ways to make life better for customers, the business, and engineers.