The problem with the term MVP today is that it’s used as a cop out. The temptation is to throw out the minimal product that you can ship.
Wikipedia’s definition is reminiscent of this approach, “just enough core features to effectively deploy the product, and no more.”
This can lead to a pile of excuses when the crappy MVP fails. As a result, many technol…
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