#30DayStartup

Learn to build and launch your startup in 30 days, for free

#1 Product of the WeekJuly 30, 2018
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Learn to build and launch your startup in 30 days, for free.

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23 Reviews4.1/5
Hey! Simple enough, it's a challenge to get people to stop making excuses and actually build their ideas. You'll get access to the curriculum with various topics, recommendations, tutorials, links to help you at various stages of building your startup. The first stage is live especially for signups from PH and more content will be released from August 1st. Let's get building!
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I like how your ecosystem is taking shape! All the best!
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@leandro8209 Cheers! All pointing to the same goal for sure
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I love this kind of initiatives: hands-on step by step guides. Is there a community component to it?
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@andrewyip yep! Will get everyone in a slack group or Spectrum forum :)
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@bentossell great to know! is there also a set of web toolkit that comes with the cirriculum? say BMC, test/hypothesis cards etc
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@andrewyip what do you mean by those examples? Would love to include anything that makes this experience better!
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@bentossell I try to understand in addition to the cirriculum, will there be some sort of web tool/platform that we can organize our learning and proceed with the 30days.
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@andrewyip there will be links to complete certain steps and part of the curriculum :)
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Been subscribed to newco for a month now.

I used to think I didn't have the skills or know how necessary to validate my ideas or build products. I depended on developers or had to learn how to code (which really isn't my thing)

Ben teaches everyone how to think about problems and opportunities and how to build and deliver an mvp that solves those issues.

For every non technical professional out there, I believe newco will deffinitelly give you a competitive advantage at work or on your personal side projects.

Pros:

Learn to think about problems and validating mvps.

Learn to use the tools to build them(no code).

Get support and tips from the community.

Cons:

Just starting, not that many tutorials yet.

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I certainly need to spend some time with my head down putting out lots more content! The original idea was one tutorial a week but I want to speed that up for sure! Appreciate your kind words and review!

I wanted to like this but it lacked vitality.

Pros:

Well sourced

Cons:

Speaker is dreadfully dull and sort of mumbles which for a product like this - teaching - is not good.

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wow... uhmmm ok. Will actually work on not sounding dull! Can be known to mumble so will try and make sure I address this too.