The Startup Technical Plan Course
Are you building a startup?
Learn to improve your idea, use the right technologies, evaluate features and costs, and develop your product
What you’ll get
I’ve made things as simple as I can.
The entire program has been designed to make you follow a list of logical steps. That way, you can create a solid foundation and build up new assets on top, just like you would when constructing a high-rise building.
In the Startup Technical Plan Course, we’re going to:
Improve your idea using the best technologies
Evaluate your product features and their costs
Plan the development of your product or service
|Introduction and general requirements|
|1. Introduction (4:47)||Preview|
|2. The entrepreneur mindset (3:45)||Preview|
|3. Team alignment (4:35)||Preview|
4. Business and market requirements (3:37)
|Technical plan creation|
|19. The technical plan (7:05)||Preview|
|20. Conclusion (0:54)||Preview|
|Technical plan creation|
|Roadmap Prioritization Worksheet||Preview|
|Technical Plan Summary Template||Preview|
|Global Project Quotation Worksheet (USD and EUR)||Preview|
By the end of this course…
You will be able to build your own product roadmap, based on a strategic prioritization process.
The roadmap is what you’ll give to your developer to let him know what to develop first. This is what will allow you create early versions of your product and start to test your business model.
You will be able to compile costs and required resources.
You will better know what “Resources” you need to look for. This will help you find the right developer or provider to help you build a great product. These also include the keys to decide when it’s best to hire someone or outsource a part of your product’s development.
You will know more about different technologies.
This will help you show people that you know what you are talking about, specifically when pitching to partners, providers, investors or incubators.
You will know more about development planning.
You will be able to define exactly what to build and how to build it, especially if you are about to delegate parts of your project’s development. This is far better than a theorical Business Plan. 😉
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Amaury Khelifi has been working in the IT industry for 15 years and has dedicated himself in the last 4 years to the tech startup environment. Having had the experience of launching his own startup and managing its ups and downs, Amaury has decided to impart his extensive, entrepreneurial experience with us by evaluating the steps he did wrong and sharing with us how he should’ve done things differently. Since closing down his company, he has helped more than 30 startups avoid pitfalls and secure their IT management infrastructure while maintaining a focus on their core business.
With a highly technical skill set, training experience and in-depth knowledge of the startup environment, Amaury meets exactly what Founders and CTOs need at the early stages of their development.
An entrepreneur at heart, he always looking for opportunities to help passionate people launch new ventures and make them grow.
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"It's not about ideas. It's about making things happen."
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