Fri, Aug 25, 2017
My dear friend and entrepreneur-exceptional Mark Moore, CEO of Mana Nutrition, sent me this fascinating article about some of the largest coding bootcamps shutting down. The article brings up an interesting point — despite the fact that coding bootcamps are red hot, two of the (well-funded) pioneers in the field are folding as they didn’t find sustaining product/market fit.
It brings up an important point (particularly in a world moving at an ever increasing speed): Getting to (initial) product/market fit is just not enough anymore. You have to continuously monitor the market, engage with your clients and keep tweaking your formula.
No breaks (anymore)!
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