Show #034 – Rolling Out a Beta & Dealing with a Patent Dispute


Scotty RuthOn today’s show I share a few updates on my forthcoming app Quotely.  The news of note is that we have a new developer joining the team as a partner, yay!  Also, we’re getting close to rolling out the beta of Quotely, so today I explain the schedule and methodology we’ll be using to structure 3 rounds of beta testing.

Also, listen in to find out how I reacted when I was confronted with a patent dispute for one of my apps.  I’ve never encountered this before, so it was an interesting experience to say the least.

Finally, it would help me a lot to know what you’d like to hear in future episodes of this show.  Please answer the following question:

What would you like to hear more of on the podcast?

A.  App design topics
B.  App development topics
C.  App marketing topics
D.  App business development topics
E.  All of the above (keep the show mixed)

You can answer via Twitter, the comments section below,  or email me at scott [at]


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5 Responses to Show #034 – Rolling Out a Beta & Dealing with a Patent Dispute

  1. Steve Pascoe says:

    Marketing and biz dev are certainly areas I (as an indie dev) desire to soak up as much info as I can on these topics.

  2. Scotty says:

    Good to know! Stay tuned for an interview with Steve P. Young about pitching your app to the press.

  3. Leon Yeh says:

    E. All of the above (keep the show mixed) !

  4. Scotty says:

    Thanks for the feedback Leon!

  5. Mark S. says:

    Just catching up on your podcast episodes. My vote is E (All of the Above). Thanks for the great show!

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