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Subject category: Entrepreneurship
Published by: Stanford Business School
Originally published in: 2021
Version: 1 December 2021
Revision date: 15-Jul-2022
Length: 7 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

This is part of a case series. Byteboard aims to replace the pre-on-site technical interview for software engineers with a more effective, efficient, and equitable web-based assessment. The case follows the founding team's journey from problem definition and customer development through the testing of their minimum viable product and validation of their core value hypothesis. By recounting Byteboard's early quest towards product-market fit, the case poses several key questions including, 'What is the core value hypothesis?', 'What features should be tested with customers?', and 'How will they know if they proved their hypotheses?'.

Time period

The events covered by this case took place in 2021.

Geographical setting

Region:
Americas
Country:
United States

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Abstract

This is part of a case series. Byteboard aims to replace the pre-on-site technical interview for software engineers with a more effective, efficient, and equitable web-based assessment. The case follows the founding team's journey from problem definition and customer development through the testing of their minimum viable product and validation of their core value hypothesis. By recounting Byteboard's early quest towards product-market fit, the case poses several key questions including, 'What is the core value hypothesis?', 'What features should be tested with customers?', and 'How will they know if they proved their hypotheses?'.

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Time period

The events covered by this case took place in 2021.

Geographical setting

Region:
Americas
Country:
United States

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