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The Lean Startup (how to make your startup "ship" software that rocks customer's lives)

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Interview between Eric Ries and Robert Scoble. I really enjoyed this hour long interview, some of the key stuff I will quote/summarize below.

This spoke to my heart: "Software has this unbelievable quality that it is the direct translation of imagination into tangible form."

What is the Lean Startup?

  • Application of lean manufacturing principles to innovation itself
  • Test ideas early, cheaply and way in advance of building some new technology
  • Get into a learning feedback loop that is company wide
  • idea failure doesn't have to be company failure

Alexis Ohanian at Startup Bootcamp

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Some of my favorite lessons:

"It pays to do good and be good while running and doing your startup."

Jessica Livingston - Founders at Work - Video @ Google

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How to Make Money Online - David Heinemeier Hansson of 37Signals at Startup School 08

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Startup Advice from Dragon's Den (Doug Richard) - 6 Rules

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The 6 Rules
1. Build something people want.
2. Which group of people do i sell to first? The best are small, narrow segments that are growing quickly.
3. Choose your industry and market.
4. Some industries are terrible.
5. No-one starts a business by themselves. No-one can do everything a startup needs. Start with the right people around you
6. Know the people you need to know. Networking.

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