Date(s) - 01/17/18
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Wed, January 17, 2018 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
This workshop will walk through the first step in translating an idea from an abstract concept into something concrete. A proof-of-concept is a disposable version of your idea that simply needs to do what the name implies: prove that it’s possible to realize the concept. In the field of web development, this might be a simple web page with nothing but one button that generates Twitter feed output when it’s clicked. It let’s us know if we’re on the right track and can be an important step before creating a prototype of our idea.
We’ll discuss how to start developing an idea, how to focus only on the critical problems that need to be solved, and what it means that a proof of concept isn’t meant to be a a fully useful product. We’ll look at several examples, including ones supplied by you!, and finish by discussing how to transition from making a proof-of-concept to making a prototype.
About the presenter:
Tommy Thomas, Web Application Developer
About the Series:
Get 2018 started on the right entrepreneurial foot with the Polsky Get It Done Series. These hands-on workshops are designed to maximize and capitalize on your “new year, new entrepreneur” spirit and jumpstart a year of progress on your startup. Workshops will cover a range of topics—everything from idea and product development to how to craft the perfect pitch deck. This is just what you need to finally…. Get. It. Done.”