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Episode 5 - Building your MVP - A Presentation by Richard McGirr for the HKTech 300 Accelerator by Hong Kong City University and Brinc
22:50Incredibly grateful to have been chosen to present the "Building Your MVP" module of City University of Hong Kong's HK Tech 300, a large-scale flagship innovation and entrepreneurship program organized for aspiring entrepreneurs among CityU students, alumni, research staff, and others to launch start-ups and ignite their entrepreneurship journey. Some important points about MVPs (Minimum Viable Products) -Talk to your users before you build your MVP -Identify assumptions you need your MVP to test - build just enough to test those assumptions, disregard everything else -Launch quickly and inexpensively -Get initial customers, if possible before you even build! -Iterate quickly and with scope constrained improvements What an inspiring batch of founders, from cutting-edge fields like Nanotechnology Manufacturing, AI, BioTech and many more. Big thanks to Nick Zieber and Tiffany Tse from Brinc and Victor CY LAU from CityU for putting this all together.
Episode 4 - Low Code Tool Series - Why Bubble.io is the future of web and mobile app development with Timothy Dahlstrom of ZeroQode
56:36Bubble.io is an incredible platform that allows businesses and entrepreneurs to create almost any fully-featured web or mobile application 5 times cheaper and faster compared to traditional development. Bubble stands out from other Low Code platforms in that they do not have per-user licensing, making Bubble a great choice for public-facing apps, apps with a very large number of users, or users that infrequently access the application. Telling us about Bubble today is Timothy Dahlstrom, COO of ZeroQode. ZeroQode is the largest Bubble agency in the world, with more projects, plugins, and templates than any other company in the world.
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Episode 3 – Project Walkthrough: Return Merchandise Process Automation with Evan Tate of Brutal Buddha - Pt 1: Requirements Gathering
26:05We are experimenting with a new episode format today, where we will walk you guys through the complete lifecycle of a low code project for a real business. We will cover everything from requirements gathering to solution design, development, and finally rolling out the project in the client's business. In this episode, we are joined by Evan Tate of Brutal Buddha, the premier brand of yoga shorts designed especially for men. Brutal buddha is growing quickly, and while they don't get very many returns, they want a better way to manage their RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) process, which is currently completely manual. In part 1, we go through the Brutal Buddha as-is RMA process and document the new system's requirements. Stay tuned for the next episode, where we will design the solution and develop it right in front of you!
Episode 2 – Recurring Revenue Business Model Transformation with Todd Bryan of Velotech Strategy
1:12:35In this episode, we are joined by Todd Bryan, Managing Partner of Velotech Strategy. Todd has helped some of the world's largest companies transition product lines, divisions, or even their entire company to recurring revenue business models or "XaaS", or "Anything as a service" Check the full show notes on our website.
Episode 1 - Agile has Failed the Enterprise
1:08:24In this episode, we discuss why the Agile Software Development methodology has failed large enterprises that leverage it for internal projects. New features start taking longer and costing more, which for startups is okay because they have a continually growing user on monetization base. Low code comes to the rescue with tools that remove the overwhelming majority of development overhead, such as API updates, database optimization, etc. Twitter.com/LowCodePodast