Sometime it can be really hard to structure a Proof of Concept. To acknowledge the time for implementation, to define the goals or the learnings we want to reach by the end of the implementation are often difficulties. So a PoC must have a clear, small and reachable scope within the upon agreed small period of time. This post is all about the logic I follow to support my decisions to structure a PoC.
This topic was initially approached in the post “How do you define a PoC?”, now the focus will turn to the results evaluation: what have we learned with it? Was it worthy the time invested with a critical feature? Have we enough information to start immediately an MVP?
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