... you will never turn back
(Munich, Germany) Some time ago, I wrote about the value taken with the execution of Proof of Concepts (POCs), and how important they are to give us confidence for future decisions. I would like to go back to this matter because I believe POCs are an important starting points to scale product complexity. At the same time, there is a task we can handle in order to improve product quality: User acceptance tests (UAT). So if we do it well
Sometime it can be really a challenge to make a decision about which Proof of Concept should we develop out of the infinite number of feature we would like to add to our product.
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?