MK 020: Weekly Q&A – Rapid Product Development 10/28/15

It’s time for round three of Office Hours! This time around we’ve decided to rename the show “Weekly Q&A – Rapid Product Development” which Mubs and I both think more accurately describes what the show actually is.

Our Weekly Q&A can be tuned into LIVE, and is a public “call in radio show” style show hosted on Blab where anyone can call in and ask us questions about building, launching, marketing, selling, or anything about software products really!

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  • aarondfrancis

    Great show! Somebody’s audio is realllly staticy though, makes it hard to listen.

    • http://mattkremer.com Matt Kremer

      Yeah, sorry about that! Mubs audio was a little wonky in the beginning, I made him fix it probably around 15 minutes in. We’ll make sure this doesn’t happen again :)

  • http://backendcoder.com/ Andrew Wilkes

    Setting up a company is not a trivial decision as implied in the talk. You have legal responsibilities to file accounts in accordance with proper accounting procedures. And you as a director can be fined indirectly if you miss accounting deadlines. I know because I screwed this up myself in the UK. So I would not set up a company until you have revenue and sales to justify it.