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How to steer software development plans at startups

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“Right now, those feeds are for trouble alerts and “favorites” – whatever systems, services or applications you’ve designated as ones to watch. We are adding more feeds for future releases, as well as some of the other functionality mentioned in Cote’s post.”

The trick is to engage. I am proud of this kind of feedback. We work iteratively with clients and prospects, and its great to see Cote helping Hyperic with its development strategy in this way.

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  1. James, although the focus of your post isn’t collaboration I have a vested interest in vision and the resources that many organizations seem to dedicate in pursuit of it. Where can I learn more about Hyperic and their evolution towards the realization of their vision?

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