🧰 173: What is the point of No Code tools? An online marketplace example, Match with a dev shop in hours and more

Make something that a small number of people want a lot

Make something that a small number of people want a lot

There are a dozen essays on PMF.

Superhuman gave us an actionable playbook for improving PMF.

  1. Analyse the feedback of those that “would be disappointed” if your product no longer existed

  2. Analyse the feedback of that that “would be somewhat disappointed” to figure out how to convert them into fanatics

  3. Ignore those who “would not be disappointed” if you no longer existed

  4. Spend 50% of your time improving things for 1) and 2)

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💡Good to Know

  • I wrote a piece answering the question “What is the point of No Code tools”. Link

  • Match with the best dev shops in 48 hours, at no cost to you. Link

  • Read about how a founder built Incomee. An app that helps freelancers send invoices and manage finances using Bubble. Link

  • This week I started reading Atomic Habits from James Clear. I also came across this book summary from James for people who are looking for a technique for generating ideas. Link

  • The power of small teams. Link

  • Founder Vine and Barclays Eagles Labs launch Barclays Black Founders Accelerator to champion diversity in innovation and entrepreneurship. Link

  • A new report out analysing the composition and backgrounds of black founders. Link


🛠️ Low-Code Tools

  • 5 reasons to move over to Webflow from WordPress (security, scalability, free staging environment, and more). Not there is bias in this post, consider it marketing post. Link

  • Answer this form and get recommended no-code tools for your project. Link

  • No Code gaming development. Link

  • Read about how StudioTime was built using ShareTribe. Link

  • Turn any spreadsheet into a beautiful, interactive web document that can be securely shared online. Link


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