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Paul RissenExperiment-Driven Product Developmenthttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5528-5_5

5. Getting Started

Paul Rissen
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Middlesex, UK
 
In Part 1 of this book, we explored the ethos behind experiment-driven product development (XDPD). Now, armed with this knowledge, and with the principles such as “simplest, useful thing” echoing in your mind, we can dive into the practical side of things. Before we get started, let’s take another look at the basic XDPD process I outlined in Chapter 1 (Figure 5-1).
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Figure 5-1.
The basic process of experiment-driven product development
This high-level view covers the overall flow of the process, ...

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