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Stop Underestimating No-Code and Minimum Viable Product Startups

Ignore the haters and understand the benefits

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Not long ago, a colleague of mine said some nasty things about the no-code and minimum viable product (MVP) movements in front of me. And that bugged me. At first a little, then a lot.




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