The non-technical founder : how a 16-year old built a $100,000 software company without writing any code (book)

Author: Josh MacDonaldEveryone has an idea that they think is the next big thing. The problem is, it's probably an app or software idea and most people probably don't know how to code and their record for managing programmers is little to none. Even if they do know how to code, they're not quite sure how to get their first one thousand customers. This book walks readers through the stages of validating whether their next big thing is good, bringing the idea to life, and getting those first customers.Read this book in the Business Studio


Author: Josh MacDonald
Everyone has an idea that they think is the next big thing. The problem is, it's probably an app or software idea and most people probably don't know how to code and their record for managing programmers is little to none. Even if they do know how to code, they're not quite sure how to get their first one thousand customers. This book walks readers through the stages of validating whether their next big thing is good, bringing the idea to life, and getting those first customers.
Read this book in the Business Studio

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