Non-technical founders ask this question at almost all TechEye events. How can they hire developers to build a product, if they don't know what to put in the job specs in the first place?
It's hard to believe, but when you start out on an MVP, almost everything else is more important than the technology choices.
Just to make this point super clear. As long as you can build a product that people use, there really are no bad choices.
For sure, some technologies are better than others in a specific way, but bad tech is a problem you can fix later. Indeed, sometimes bad tech decisions can be an expensive problem to fix, but you can almost always fix it.
Not having customers is not a problem you can fix later.Read More