In this meeting, the State Changers discuss scaling in a no code/low code space using tools like Xano and Flutterflow. The main concerns are about considerations for security and expanding team in line with development needs. Key highlights of the meeting are:
1. Embracing the "state change mental model", which advocates for a continuous learning approach. It emphasizes that the goal of an initial build is not longevity; instead, it serves as a platform for learning about market requirements. Therefore, users should expect rebuilds as part of development.
2. Community experts recommend choosing tools permitting the fastest learning. They highlight that initial choices for build tools may not be those used in the future due to factors including market response, regulatory requirements, and tool limitations.
3. The meeting introduces two mental models - "You're going to build this again" and "Be curious". The first suggests the acknowledging inevitability of rebuilds to fuel quick learning without fear of starting 'wrong'. The second pushes for continuous learning as a crucial component of the development process.
4. Technology's deflationary nature is recognized. Putting off more expensive parts of the project can lead to cost-saving as technology pricing generally declines over time.
5. Lastly, users are encouraged to anticipate rebuilds and pay close attention to feedback from the market. This approach enables quick improvement iteration cycles and leads to a more market-driven product development process.
(Source: Office Hours 9/29/2023 )