Monday 21st September, 2015
11:30am to 11:30am
There are a few fundamental laws of software economics that should drive executive-level decisions about business and product strategies. It’s easy to forget them, or decide they don’t apply to our special situation. Rich lays out the three laws of software economics, and sketch the kinds of strategic trouble we can avoid by keeping them in mind.
The Three Laws of Software Economics:
1) All money in software is made on the 2nd (and 3rd and nth) unit if we sell exactly the same bits.
2) Your development team will never be big enough to build everything you want.
3) There is no white space in the roadmap. There are no AND requests, only EXCLUSIVE OR decisions.
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