October 24, 2020

First beta user: reflections

Brent Liang @Brent_liang

We helped fill the role. Guy was delighted. However, a few learnings:

(1) Our value was not fully realised since the volume isn't there - designing and sending challenges to less than a handful of people feels like extra work still.

(2) This is especially a problem when the entry-level is low, would be easier to run a role-play phone call instead.

Would be massively helpful if we can test our product value hypotheses with large-volume roles and/or high stake hires.

400 apps, or getting a CTO type of thing. Let's see!

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