Why You Shouldn't Keep Your Startup a Secretby@diegoos

Why You Shouldn't Keep Your Startup a Secret

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Diego-os.com co-founder of nutriadmin.com, a bootstrapped SaaS app. He shares common pitfalls on starting a new software startup – and how to avoid them. Keep your idea secret so that nobody steals it, he says. The only ideas worth protecting are highly specialized academic research, military secrets, copyrightable material, etc. The obvious stuff that needs to be secret is the most important thing to be kept in secret. For example, we spent months coding for months in secret for Foodswiper before it finally came out to the real world.

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Co-founder of nutriadmin.com, and mealplana.com - both bootstrapped SaaS apps. Full-time entrepreneur since 2015


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