Tech spec: part and parcel of a blockchain project launch06 May 2022
Any solid project has proper documentation. Otherwise, it doesn’t work.
The blockchain business is a relatively new field, and it works according to its own rules. A creator should think not only about the idea but about the related documentation too. That’s how you get sure of what you're doing and how users find reasons to trust the project. This article is dedicated to tech spec: it’s an incredibly important part that many overlook.
The most well-known documents are the white paper, the lite paper, and the roadmap. Probably, you’ve seen them, read them, and got used to them. For those who are not:
The white paper tells users about the project, shows its core, and clarifies it for the audience.
The lite paper does the same thing but is less complex.
The roadmap shows the plans of a project: what and when they tend to do.
What is a tech spec?
It’s short for «technical specification». It's a document that consists of a set of requirements related to the implementation of the project.
Let’s take an example: you want to launch a blockchain project. From this point of view, no matter what you are - a startup or a running business. You begin with an idea of something that can solve the user’s tasks. You know exactly how this intended product should work, but what’s next? The next point is to make a tech spec.
Why does your business need it?
Shortly it saves you time because you don’t communicate extra to get what you need and don’t spend extra money on working hours when you start the development process. Now we will show you the process of its creation to see how useful it is in terms of practice.
This document is going to look like an article with a table of contents followed by the necessary information. To create it you communicate with a manager who is responsible for the project. His task is to collect all your business requirements, process them and forward them to the system analyst as the development requirements. This specialist speaks the language of developers and knows how to build a structure for any kind of project — this exact person will create the tech spec. System analyst takes all the details of the development into account and formalizes the requirements for developers.
The content of a tech spec depicts all the backend processes and some of the frontend ones. For example, a website prototype and a user flow (how users will go through the website and what they will do).
Also, it’s crucial to eliminate double requirements in the first place. Some clients want “a usual launchpad”, but are not happy with the result. The reason is they didn’t tell the development team what exact options they needed. Imagine a standard token contract and ask your colleagues to do the same. You’ll be amazed at how much the answers can differ.
Rock’n’Block’s tech specs
We’ve created 6+ just this month, and it proves their demand on the market. A tech spec is also a way to test your developer: you can see how the team works, how your manager treats you, and so on. If you think that you can find a better contractor, you can easily take the document and bring it to someone new.
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