As a two time entrepreneur, I know how complicated it is to get your business off the ground. There are a bunch of things to be addressed – idea validation, design and prototyping, building a cool ‘Minimum Viable Product’ and finally sales and marketing to get you the first paying customer and beyond. All this is extremely tiring and can be overwhelming for an entrepreneur.
As a tech founder and an entrepreneur, I learned that I should be spending my utmost time in pitching my product to right group of audiences rather than worrying about the product development and its nuances. Even for someone with a technical background, assembling a team who buys into your vision is quite a task. There are a plethora of technical considerations that can be simply overwhelming for a to-be-entrepreneur. For e.g. – which AWS services should I use? Should I use a NoSQL database or a relational data source is good enough? Which external services to integrate with and how? Can I make my services securely available to the external world and how? How can I host confidential data securely in cloud?…and a lot more.