The Non-Technical Founder: How a 16-Year Old Built a Six Figure Software Company Without Writing any Code Josh MacDonald
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
If you are a non-technical person, you can still start (and grow) a successfulsoftware company. The problem is, it's probably an app or software idea and most people probably don't know how tocode and their record for managing programmers is little to none. He's the CEO of his own company, lives in a studio apartment in Manhattan, and gets around with a hoverboard and Yeezy sneakers. However, Dan isn't a developer and he hasn't written any code. But probably not those of founder Jack Ma, who back in 1999 recognized that China's 42 million small and medium-size companies (the vast majority of Thecompany's digital music store, launched in May, already comprises 3 million songs, all compatible with any device and any music software. Even if they do know how to code, they're not quite sure how to get their first one thousand customers. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Every week successful entrepreneurs share the strategies of how they built their businesses entirely from scratch. I'm a technical person looking to join someone as a CTO, so I've thought about this a fair bit recently: What should a non-technical cofounder bring to the table to .. Fortune 1000 companies for over a decade, and also built/operated my own ecommerce startup with a consistent $2M revenue run and legit profits for 6 years . This podcast will show you how. Everyone has an idea that they think is the next big thing. The Non-Technical Founder: How a 16-Year Old Built a Six Figure SoftwareCompany Without Writing any Code - Kindle edition by Josh MacDonald. And he's barely old enough to drive. Noté 0.0/5: Achetez The Non-technical Founder: How a 16-year Old Built a SixFigure Software Company Without Writing Any Code de Josh MacDonald: ISBN: 9781683507598 sur amazon.fr, des millions de livres livrés chez vous en 1 jour. Dan Schwartz is the Founder & CEO of InvestorFuse, a bootstrapped SaaS company that just hit $1M in annual revenue. The Paperback of the The Non-Technical Founder: How a 16-Year Old Built a SixFigure Software Company Without Writing any Code by Josh MacDonald at Barnes. Amazon.co.jp: The Non-Technical Founder: How a 16-Year Old Built a Six FigureSoftware Company Without Writing any Code 電子書籍: Josh MacDonald: Kindle ストア. Starting from Nothing podcast on demand - How do you start a business when you have no money?