Scope, build and launch your product

Learn how to create reliable and cost-effective development process

Build and launch your product

Learn how to create reliable and cost-effective development process

Learn from agile software development expert

My name is Alex Ponomarev, I'm a developer and entrepreneur. I've been building software for more than 15 years. I want to share what I know about software development so that non-technical founders who have domain expertise but lack technical skills can build products and make the world a better place.

Define the scope

Interview customers and create user stories and mockups to maximize developer productivity

Assemble the team

Find and hire a high-performing team to design and build the product for you

Build the product

Manage and lead your team to create the product your customers will love

Get feedback

Run alpha and beta tests and get customer feedback to iterate and improve your product

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How to Market Your Product Before Launch

I know many people who’ve created software products using this process: First they generate an idea, then they validate it, build the product, and then launch it…after launch, they start marketing. It’s straightforward, and it seems workable.

Building Your Development Process Around GitHub

GitHub is a web-based hosting platform where you can host open-source projects and follow projects that you like and want to adopt. It uses Git, which is a distributed version-control system.

Setting up analytics for your application

Analytics are all about the visibility. Without proper data, you won’t know how your users interact with your app and if they are happy or not. You need analytics to get answers to basic questions.

Release management in agile project

Once you have set up multiple environments for your application, it’s important to set up the proper release management process. It means that you should have a well-defined set of steps.

Setting up multiple environments for your app

Continuous integration and testing of new features are at the heart of an agile software project. To implement them properly you need to set up environments for your app correctly.

Continous improvement and the feedback loop

You might think that once you kick off the development process, most of the work should be done by developers that you’ve hired. While that's true to some extent you still have to spend plenty of time road mapping, planning, and managing the process.