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If Just Dev It and it's satellite groups are many members with excellent ideas and skills, then this is the group of one great idea with many members to help plan, design and develop it.
I'd like to introduce BUILD. Another piece to the puzzle for those members who are ready to move fast forward to success and monetization.
Meet some of the interim leadership team.
BUILD will be a closed meetup group to Just Dev It Network Members only. We are now excepting up to 200 new members, to get started with planning. Open enrollment ended on April 12th, and from this time forth - you can still join but will have to be confirmed or placed on a waiting list until the next recruitment campaign.
I have been toying around with this idea for a while. We have Just Dev It and all of it’s supporting groups set up now, 1200 members strong.
The final piece to the puzzle, for now, is a meetup group like no other, if you want to call it that.
The hardest thing for people to do is get their idea off the ground and find the resources they need. There are alternatives such as incubators, accelerators, VC’s, Angels, crowd sourcing, crowd funding, co-founders and the list goes on.
What if there was a group that just naturally did not need any of those methods to build great mobile/web apps and services (possibly other products), What if the group, using lean start-up principles and support from mentors to just build something off of an idea within a couple of weeks and launched it for shared equity?
After that project was completed, then they would repeat the process over, and over again, including assigning dedicated teams to manage the existing creations that are in production.
Would’t that be strangely awesome?