When you’re a founder AND a programmer it’s arguably easier to launch a software product. The rise of no-code tools
is helping to level the playing field and just about anyone can release at least an MVP. But then what? Having a technical co-founder is a logical step towards building out your team so you can utilize in-house development resources. You can’t simply hire someone for their technical skills, though. The Co-Founder
part of the equation is the part that will matter in the end.
PS: Thanks to all of my new subscribers these last few weeks! Let me know how else I can help on your startup journey. What cool project are you working on?