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    We bought SC so we could develop custom solutions for our clients or employers. I agree SC is the best RAD tool i have come accross and i have looked and tested many. However i have found a few resources or topics missing from this forum that are crucial to Entrepreneurs. I believe that 90% on this forum are Entrepreneurs of some sort.
    Now, I want this thread to solely focus on Entrepreneurship, the tools, insights that can make us all leverage SC to create successful business models.
    1. All projects need a good solid database design (ERD/EERD). Without a good ERD, the system becomes harder to upgrade and can slow down or even worse become corrupted. Database analysis and design is not something i have seen here at all! Why? I don't know.

    2. Entrepreneurship tools: Last year i decided to develop my first RAD project. i decided to follow the traditional Systems analysis and design methodology (SDLC). Its not really adaptable to agile Entrepreneurs! Browsing on the web, i landed on ERIC's LEAN START-UP METHODOLOGY! I was hooked. Then i dug deeper ( i read the book and subsequent articles about LEAN). I came across two books that are a must read for all entrepreneurs: 1. Running Lean by Ash Murya 2. Nail it then scale it. I actually stopped my projects and restarted everything based on these principles!

    These two books are really practical, with lots of commercial, trial & free tools online that put their principles to work.
    So i want this thread to be about Entrepreneurship based on LEAN METHODOLOGY particularly those two books!
    You are all welcome
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    Do you use LEAN or NISI methodology?
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    How long does it take you to develop & deploy
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    Are you Good at DB design
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  • #2
    Sorry, but don't understand what answers you expect, and what to choose in poll.
    I don't use LEAN.
    I consider good At DB design with more than 15 experience years.
    As SC partners, we use it for almost all our projects. Our own developments, outsourcing, training, consultancy....
    /Giuseppe

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    • #3
      Sorry, ignore the poll. it was more of an afterthought
      and good to hear you are good at DB design, cos there are times when i want an opinion about a design and how it influences my scriptcase SQL snippets. At-least now i know i can ask someone.

      Have you ever used the business model canvas?

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      • #4
        ..and good to hear you are good at DB design, cos there are times when i want an opinion about a design and how it influences my scriptcase SQL snippets...
        DB must be well designed, independently of dev enviroment you use.

        At-least now i know i can ask someone.
        This forums ar full of competent developers, and most of them probably are better than me

        Have you ever used the business model canvas?
        I'm young, but I started some years ago, and I'm more an old-school dev. "pen+paper" and document well what you want to do, this is the best tools.
        Maybe a lot of people are against what I will say, but..... For me, all this models, paradigms, and so on, is pretty on paper, but most of the time not usefull. Maybe it's good for big teams where a lot of developers maybe you don't meet, needs to study your code/documentation, but, for little teams, is more easy than all of this. Obviously, is just my opinion, and I can be wrong, but is what I think.
        /Giuseppe

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