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Managed Engineering Teams: How to Build a Quality Software Product using Cost-Effective Development Best Practices – Thurs 2/10, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST

About this Event

Money, or lack thereof, is one of the reasons that  software startups can fail. Even with a validated product-market fit, hiring quality technical talent is expensive, especially for multiple diverse skillsets. Managed engineering teams are a cost-effective way to efficiently build and scale your minimum viable product (“MVP”) with fractional talent. Instead of paying for 4 FTE, you can have a team of a product manager, full-stack developer(s), designers, and DevOps on part-time bases to prioritize skillset on a budget of 1 or 2 FTE. Matthew Lowinger will discuss how you can build your software product by using quality, lean engineering principles through fractional managed engineering teams.

Guest Speakers: Matthew Lowinger

Matthew Lowinger is a Product Manager & Startup Advisor at Octaria, a Houston, TX-based engineering firm. Partnering with globally distributed managed engineering teams and growing startup founders, Matthew has led the delivery of 10+ software products reaching 100K+ users.

 

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