In the past 18 months, I’ve been a solo nontechnical founder with remote dev teams for two startups.
One failed fast. One got me into Y Combinator.
My learnings are summarized in 7 points below.
This Post Is Helpful For…
…People building an early-stage software-driven startup and managing a team of developers who are not in the same city, country, or timezone.
It will be especially useful if you’re trying to improve productivity, accountability, or to get a good operating rhythm on shipping product.