It’s now possible to build a startup without a Technical co-founder!

Startups' Tech Challenges from Zero to Million Users


ARE YOU BUILDING A STARTUP?

BUT YOU DON'T HAVE TECHNICAL BACKGROUND?

You might wonder:

  • How to delegate software development when I know nothing about about it?
  • How to know if one technical solution is better than another?
  • How do I even find out if there are better solutions?
  • How can I choose developers or a web agency without a technical background?
  • How do I trust developers or web agencies when I can’t even evaluate their work?
  • How can I be sure that developers are not being misleading?
  • How do I manage software development? Should I use outsourcing or internal developers?
  • What specific techniques are there to build a startup while saving money in the early stages?

  • WHAT DO YOU THINK A SENIOR CTO WOULD DO?

    IN THE EARLY STAGE, A CTO WOULD USE HIS TECH MANAGEMENT SKILLS TO:

  • Outsource the development, making it go faster with appropriated resources
  • Avoid paying for a full-time developer once the product becomes available
  • Change the developer or the agencies whenever it’s relevant for the project
  • Choose several developers with particular skills instead of a general developer
  • Use technical experts in Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Game design ... In order to create a more innovative solution

  • And all those activities do not require any coding skills whatsoever. Just a bit of know-how and specific technical management skills.

    With my CTO friend, you can move forward and learn to do the same for the early stages

    FOR STARTUPS, EVERYTHING GOES FASTER,
    IT'S NOT AN OPTION TO WAIT

    FINDING THE RIGHT CTO FOR YOUR PROJECT CAN TAKE YEARS AND IT'S NOT A MANDATORY TO GET STARTED

    With this course, learn all the basic technical management skills a CTO would use to build and grow a startup.

    Including, the process to improve an idea, the prototyping techniques, the technical resources you will need, solutions to develop your product and the all the growth stage challenges.



    WE WILL GET INTO EACH STEP OF THE LIFE OF YOUR COMPANY

    FROM THE START TO THE GROWTH, BY LEARNING HOW TO:

  • Select a development provider
  • Write specifications
  • Manage a startup technical team
  • Create a great customer experience with your product
  • Prioritize your roadmap and present it to incubators and investors
  • Manage and increase the quality of the final product
  • Build a secure solution
  • Internalize the technical team for the growth stage
  • Organize a growing technical team
  • ...etc
  • THIS ENTIRE PROCESS DESCRIBED IN 24 SHORT VIDEOS

    With the “Startups’ tech challenges: From zero to a million users” course, you will learn the required know-how to get started and grow your startup.

    To give you an overview, here is the entire plan:

    Curriculum



     

    AMAURY KHELIFI, STARTUP TECH ADVISOR

    YOUR INSTRUCTOR

    Amaury KHELIFI has been working in the IT industry for 15 years and has dedicated himself in the last few years to the tech startup environment.

    Having had the experience of launching his own startup and managing its ups and downs, Amaury has decided to impart his extensive entrepreneurial experience by evaluating the steps he did wrong and sharing how he should have done things differently. Since closing down his company, he has helped more than 30 startups avoid pitfalls and secure their IT management infrastructure while maintaining a focus on their core business.

    With a highly technical skill set, training experience and in-depth knowledge of the startup environment, Amaury meets exactly what founders and CTOs need at the early stages of their startup's development. An entrepreneur at heart, he is always looking for opportunities to help people launch new ventures and make them grow.

    "I want to thank Amaury for his help and all the advice he gave to us. Very flexible, he listened closely to the problems we dealt with. He proposed relevant solutions that we have applied. I recommend that you contact him for any questions in relation with your business. I hope to work with him again on our project as soon as possible."

    - Mathieu Gouedard

    "As a non-technical CEO, I feel more confident and more prepared to launch my project. I will meet a developer soon and I now know what I can expect from him and most of all what he might expect from me—clear specifications! I am now able to describe what I want from my MVP and to share it."

    - Lionel Malardé

     
     


    WHAT YOU'LL GET

    GET INSTANT ACCESS

    We've put together all these materials that you'll get instant and complete access to when you purchase the course:

    ▷ Almost 2 hour HD videos
    ✐ The Startup Technical Plan Template
    ⎙ Print-ready notes
    ⊞ Complete course slides
    ⌨ Access on your desktop, mobile and tablet a mobile app
    ☀ Full lifetime access to this course
    ☺ Chat support

     


    TECHNOLOGY & PRICING

    DON'T LET YOURSELF BE INTIMIDATED

    This one might seem a little tricky when technology is not your strong suit. But don’t let yourself be intimidated. We’ll cover a few basics on what solutions and languages are the best to reach your goals while keeping it simple, and how to check if how comfortable your provider is with them as they explain their resources to you.

    Now, zeros and dollar signs are terms we can easily follow, right? Well, in fact, price shouldn’t be a decisive factor. Instead, we should only use it to weed out some extreme out-of-range companies and as a guideline to organize your priorities and the delivery process, instating the Milestones Payment Methodology. In the first few sessions, we’ve talked about evaluating the provider’s ability to complete the project and whether they are fit to your company’s values. Now we need to tackle your provider’s willingness and commitment to your vision. If you entrust your dream to someone else, you’ll want a solid and reliable hands to complete it.


    PROJECT & QUALITY MANAGEMENT

    LEARN THE OTHER MUST-HAVES

    Startups are ever-changing businesses, and you need someone that can keep up. A stern hand is also a plus, if you happen to have unrealistic expectations, you need someone to ground and guide you in the right direction. These are just some of the must-haves we’ll go though in this video course.

    We’ll cover QCD Methodology for startups, what to ask for in quality assurance, and software testing. We'll also start delving into taking into account what your provider may not be able to bring to the table, and preparing to make up for it yourself.

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    Frequently Asked Questions


    Is it really possible to become a CTO within a few hours?
    Absolutely not ! We are talking about delegating the development role. And for certain technical decisions, I will help you understand the context and ask relevant questions to real technical profiles, in order to build your own unbiased opinion.
    I don’t have time to learn, I want to delegate.
    It’s up to you to delegate your product development, but you run the risk of losing control of the product-positioning to some extent. Investing a bit of time in your Technical management skills is the best way to get prepared for future challenges in the growth stages. And there are some steps, like the product roadmap, that cannot be fully delegated in the early stages.
    How long do I have access to the course?
    How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own. You can even access to the course on the go by using a the specific mobile application : "teachable"
    I don’t have the capital (investment) to outsource development, I need a cofounder that can develop.
    These days, everyone is looking for a tech cofounder. And the probability that you find the right person, with the right skills, is very low. If you don’t have the necessary funds yet, the best way to move forward is to prepare your roadmap, build a prototype with free tools, start getting paid with early adopters, and then develop your first real version with the investments you will potentially get through those steps.
    Will this course help me find a developer
    This course will not teach you where to find developers, but it will cover how to select them. Because the most important thing here is to learn to evaluate technical profiles and how to work effectively with them.

    "Mastering the development of the application and the interactions surrounding it, Amaury was able to listen for our needs and created solutions that worked."

    - Emmanuelle Champaud

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