Startups death = Death from 1,000 cuts

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by Marc Gayle

You hardly ever hear of a startup that just goes *poof* one day and suddenly implodes. The more common occurrence are a series of bad decisions by management and/or the founders. This also applies to larger companies too. One of the things I have encountered while building Comp Versions is that it is easy to become overwhelmed by the amount of work ahead of you. Especially when it is now common mantra to get something out as quickly as possible.

Even more especially when you have to be learning programming as you go along, are doing it by yourself and bootstrapping – talk about bad odds. Although I have completed a major milestone (the majority of the Rails back-end is done), I have now started the front-end. More

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