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Software That Sells: A Practical Guide to Developing and Marketing Your Software Project epub ebook

by Edward Hasted

Software That Sells: A Practical Guide to Developing and Marketing Your Software Project epub ebook

Author: Edward Hasted
Category: Software
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (June 10, 2005)
Pages: 379 pages
ISBN: 0764597833
ISBN13: 978-0764597831
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 238
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Now with Software that Sells, I read 75 percent of the book, even though I normally read them in full. You'll do much better at it all if you first read Software That Sells - A Practical Guide to Developing & Marketing Your Software Project by Edward Hasted

Now with Software that Sells, I read 75 percent of the book, even though I normally read them in full. This book does not only teaches you on developing and marketing your own product, it also 'tickles' your drive to make your product the best there is on the market. This book caught me at the right spot, at the right time, as we're in the final phase of a huge software development project. You'll do much better at it all if you first read Software That Sells - A Practical Guide to Developing & Marketing Your Software Project by Edward Hasted. Contents: How Winners Spot Winners; What Successful People Ask; Plan For Success; I Want To Work Here!

marketing and selling the product The book fills a void in the current market, and is an ideal read for all IT professionals.

Written by an expert with more than 30 years of experience in every role in the IT industry, this book confronts development process problems head-on, and it tackles the critical steps that must be taken to ensure success Dives into topics such as identifying opportunities, planning for success, building an appropriate business model, assembling a team, developing software, managing teams, and successfully. marketing and selling the product The book fills a void in the current market, and is an ideal read for all IT professionals.

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Автор: Edward Hasted Название: Software That Sells: A Practical Guide to Developing .

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* Written by an expert with more than 30 years of experience in every role in the IT industry, this book confronts development process problems head-on, and it tackles the critical steps that must be taken to ensure success * Dives into topics such as identifying opportunities, planning for success, building an appropriate business model, assembling a team, developing software, managing teams, and successfully marketing and selling the product * The book fills a void in the current market, and is an ideal read for all IT professionals
Reviews (7)
Mr_NiCkNaMe
Before I read this book, I have read Micro ISV by Bob Walsh. As many would opt for that book first, I found this book much more compelling.

Being a software entrepreneur for several years now took me ahead of Micro ISV. I found the book very comprehensive and detailed for people who want to start their own business and get a jump-start into the world of computer business. I recognized a lot of the writings and it was fun to read again. Don't get me wrong, there is a lot to be taught from that book even when you're in business for over five years, but I skipped half te book because of this.

Now with Software that Sells, I read 75 percent of the book, even though I normally read them in full. This book does not only teaches you on developing and marketing your own product, it also 'tickles' your drive to make your product the best there is on the market. This book caught me at the right spot, at the right time, as we're in the final phase of a huge software development project. I am sure this book has made our product even better.

You want to start-up your own ISV? Grab Micro ISV. You want to play in the big league? First read Micro ISV and move on to a copy of Software that Sells.

caif
This book covers a tremendous amount of material, from code development, to market research, to employee relations, even how to sell your company after it becomes a success. Unfortunately, few subjects are covered in any depth, and even fewer offer any insights beyond the obvious. I will be returning this book. I suggest instead Micro-ISV: From Vision to Reality, which is the best I've found for the coder trying to sell their software on the Web.

CONVERSE
Great book and fresh copy. No wear and tear. Delivery earlier than expected :) Thanks Amazon for great service and product. Godbless.

Welen
So you think you're ready to become the next Microsoft? OK... Perhaps you just want to sell some software as a one-man band. You'll do much better at it all if you first read Software That Sells - A Practical Guide to Developing & Marketing Your Software Project by Edward Hasted.

Contents: How Winners Spot Winners; What Successful People Ask; Plan For Success; I Want To Work Here!; Raising Cash and Kind; Development; How Not to Reinvent the Wheel; Programming without Tears; Squashing Bugs and the Source; Scoring with Words; Before You Say "Go!" - The Release Process; Setting Up a Company; Pitching The Price; Promoting Your Product; Going For Higher Volumes; Successful Selling; How to Keep Customers; Plugging the Hole in the Boat; Handling Growth; Preparing for Further Success; Search Engine Optimization (or Winner Takes All); Index

There are a lot of nice areas of this book. A significant part of the first section could be good advice for *any* software development effort. It doesn't matter whether you're producing internal or external software... squashing bugs, managing source, and best practices in development don't change. They just become more obvious when your bad code gets released into the wild. As you move deeper into the book, you get into more "running the business" chapters that cover how to turn your "big software idea" into a business that actually makes money and provides a living for you (and potentially others). Most software developers don't have a clue as to how a business runs. They just figure that if the software is great, people will buy it. It *can* happen, but it rarely does. If you learn how to make the right decisions early on (or how to hire someone who can), then you stand a chance to avoid being a casualty in the business world.

Just one funny aside... The writer is British, and there are quite a few times when the phrasing or the wording is something that isn't familiar to an American audience... I'm guessing that I shouldn't be offended when I'm the "piggy in the middle"... I may not be happy about it, however... :)

Good book, and a definite recommended read if you're looking to move your development efforts into a money-making business for 1 or 100 (or more).

Gtonydne
Software that Sells is a great tool for anybody who has questions about effective and proven ways to market and develop your software project, literally from start to finish. Having read the book cover to cover, I continue to utilize it for advice, input and tips from each relevant section. Currently I am working marketing an IT project, so I am not on the development side of the company. However, Hasted's sections on programming and development were extremely helpful for understanding these processes and how they directly affect the marketing efforts. I have shared much of this valuable information to other departments at my organization.
This book was most helpful to me because it covers many topics related to software development and implementation, where my knowledge and experience within the software industry is very limited. It is a great overview of the processes involved and helps me appreciate the roles my colleagues do. This book is the equivalent to having a co-worker with 20 years of experience in an ever-changing industry, who is more than happy to give you advice on everything from marketing through development.

I believe this book would be most helpful to small businesses or individual entrepreneurs whose strengths may lie in a specific area (programming) but lack in others (marketing, company set-up, sales, etc.). However it can equally be used by any software company looking for new methods, tips, and tricks on managing staff, marketing, and sales. It's a compendium of check-lists and reminders.
This book is a quick read, as well as a great tool that should be kept in the office for years to come. Hasted will have you laughing with his unique sense of humor throughout the book (I never knew software could be funny!).

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