We are excited to announce that in two weeks, we will be officially releasing the sixth iteration of our MVP for students to use on the GradFly website. This particular iteration is important because it hasn’t been launched on a broad scale. To us, broad right now means x > 10 students. 🙂
We consider this a soft beta launch because we will be releasing the site to only 100 students and rigorously measuring feedback and metrics.
The site will be focused specifically on user registration, activation, and project uploads. We decided to scale back and implement features in increments. We will be measuring feedback in three cohorts. It’ll be easier to see what students are telling us and what we should be focusing on.
The great thing is that the invitations are being sent to targeted users. For us, that means robotics students, engineers, anyone with a passion in STEM really that we’ve met in the last 12 months. Since our talk at TechCrunch Disrupt last week, we’ve received numerous emails from high schools around the world that want to pilot with us. We hope to bring them on board soon!
If you know anyone that would like to create a portfolio on GradFly, please have them sign up at www.gradf.ly.