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justin cater

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Justin Cater is executive editor at Java Code Geeks
MVP is a marketing exercise not a technology exercise Posted: Oct 6, 2017 2:59 AM
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… Minimally Viable Product Possibly the most fashionable and misused term the digital industry right now. The term seems to be used by one-side-or-other to criticise the other. I recently heard another Agile Coach say: “If you just add a few more features you’ll have an MVP” – I wanted to scream “Wrong, wrong, wrong!” ...

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