Progress If your software company just focus on delivering features.. more features.. more abilities.. more things into that project.. you burning money! You assume that you know what the users want. The best approach is to create a minimum viable product which has the bare minimum features to work, then discuss the current features and the suggested features from your clients/users. Then Think thoroughly about the features and integration. Then hand those features you decide to add with the edits to the current features to the development team. This progress process ensures that the product / software will always be suitable for the clients / users, and the customer satisfaction will be great.
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Start Before You’re Ready If you are waiting to be ready to start, you will never start! Just start chasing your dreams and goals. You will learn more during your work. The process of success is iterative. Your first work will suck, but the next work will be more polished. After too many iterations of work, your work will be amazing. Repetition makes perfect. You’ll gain experience through that journey of success. Failure is NOT the End You’ll fail, and that’s OK. Failure is just the beginning. The first time you do anything, you’ll suck. Nothing to worry about.. just continue working and improving and gaining experience.
Here are 4 steps to master any new technology. Quick Start Guide Go to the official website of the new language, or framework. And find the quick start, or starter guide, or language tour, or framework tour, and play / do it. It gives you the necessary minimum knowledge of that new technology. The ultimate reason to do this get started is that it rarely outdated because it is the official beginner guide. So follow that get started or language tour. Videos Look for videos of tutorials or a whole course. Follow a crash course or a full course. Book or Documentation Pick a book that tells you everything about that technology.