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9/12: Rover CTO on How to Fail Less Often: Do a Moderate Amount of Design Up Front

Shoot-Ready-Aim. It’s the classic recipe for failure. Let Scott walk you through his 14-point checklist for determining when it makes sense to do just a moderate amount of planning up front.

About The Speaker: Scott Porad is the CTO at Rover.com, a sharing economy marketplace for dog boarding and dog walking. In addition, he is an owner of Do206.com, an event guide that answer the question, “what to do in Seattle?” Since 1995, Scott has been building industry leading web sites including Cheezburger, an early leader in the user-generated content space, launching drugstore.com, working on ESPN.com at Paul Allen’s Starwave Corporation and for Seth Godin at Yoyodyne Entertainment. Scott lives online at http://scottporad.com and in real life with his family in Seattle. 

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