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I find it very well written, provided it is read by a goal-oriented and action-oriented person. The principles of your actions are well juxtaposed with the emphasis on why startups / new ideas fail to enter the market.
This guidebook gave me a fresh look at the whole development strategy. I always thought it was a good idea to release a version of a product with a completed set of features. I didn't think that the most valuable feedback comes from users and their opinion should decide in which direction to develop software.
A very interesting guide that encourages you to reduce the scope of your MVP as much as possible before going to market. Most importantly - it works!
After the first few lines, I was not convinced that the thesis presented in the guidebook that it is worth going out to production in less than 3 months could work in practice. After reading the whole thing, I regret that I did not test such a solution earlier.