“Perfect is the enemy of good enough. When your product or service is good enough, get it out, because cash flows when you start shipping. Besides, unwanted features, not perfection, come with more time. By shipping, youll also learn what your customers truly want you to fix. It’s definitely a trade-off your reputation versus cash flow so you can’t ship pure crap. But you can’t wait for perfection either.”
Even though we don’t sell our product, I found the third step in Guy Kawasaki’s article The Art of Bootstrapping timely as we work to employ a more agile approach to software development.

posted by Wade Preston Shearer on Friday, Nov 28, 2008
tagged with perfection, good enough, software development