Post-Mortem: Gigger Rocked

Post-Mortem: Gigger Rocked
Anthony Manning-Franklin has been working on Gigger for the last 18 months, until recently when he decided it wasn’t working and open-sourced the code. He also wrote up a post-mortem of the project, and we’re proud to publish it. Gigger was meant to solve the age old problem of booking local gigs with local musicians. What follows is the story of how it failed to solve much of anything. Hopefully this gives you some insight into the kinds of issues that can kill a startup. Gigger began late one night (specifically May 14th 2015 but who keeps track of these
//Startup News http://www.startupnews.com.au/2016/11/04/post-mortem-gigger-rocked/

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