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Lost in Translation: The Minimal Viable Product

Abraham Wallin

Talk with anybody involved with software development these days and there’s a good chance you’ll hear about minimal viable products (MVP). Over the past few years the phrase has exploded in popularity. But with the meteoric rise of the term MVP much of its underlying meaning has been lost. The phrase itself has been co-opted and applied, often incorrectly, to a wide variety of situations, to the point that many of its core principles are ignored or skipped entirely.

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