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Submission + - Why I'm Open Sourcing My Failed Startup (techu.com.au)

Nathan Feiglin writes: I'm open sourcing the code I wrote for a collaborative consumption startup that never made it to market.

Not every startup is a success. In fact, as I’m sure you’re well aware if you’re reading this post: the majority of startups fail. Some, like mine, started product development too early and never made it to market.

It’s called the The Collaborative Consumption Marketplace Platform Project (CCMPP.) I’m sure the CCMP will be an excellent starting point and will save a collaborative consumption (or other) startups some time in development.


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