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Prototype Everything by John Sundell

Why and how to Prototype?

Prototype Pattern: Modularizing

Prototype Everything

  • Explore new ideas and see where they go.
  • Play with code or design without pressure and being able to throw it away when you are done.
  • Evaluate and test what you are doing.
  • Find the best way of doing something.
  • Realize if you need to add, remove or change anything about it (or start from scratch).
  • Have a tangible concept to discuss with your team and clients.

Know your business

  • How and when to say ‘no’
  • The importance of knowing his sales pipeline
  • To always have a buffer of cash (one or two months)
  1. Do I need this to cover my costs?
  2. Would I tell people about this?

Tips for Working Remotely

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