|I've spent a few hours looking at previous questions like this here. There's a camp that says GO LEARN, another that says GO LEARN A LITTLE, AT LEAST, then find a technical co-founder. A few say other.|
I would love to learn, and have dabbled (albeit slightly) in it. I mean, I've done very basic stuff. Very foundational stuff, but nothing close to even close to sufficient. I'll still keep going.
Here's the thing. I'm going to law school. I start in a few months. There's literally no way I'm going to have the time to learn anything of value while in law school. I don't think having the idea itself is worthless but I understand offering my idea to the company isn't good enough, and isn't good enough to have staying power, either. I could have something of value to offer as a lawyer, but I'm not there yet and won't be for 3 years.
I don't want to sit on this idea for too long, it's pretty simple by nature, convenient but easy for big, already established companies to replicate it in a heartbeat, especially with the man power, smarts, and data that they have.
What should I do?!
I'll add that because of the caliber of law school I'm attending (and the institution's business and other associated schools), I'll meet some entrepreneurial/coding/etc. individuals, with connections, I'm just not sure I 1. actually will 2. If this even makes sense to bank on? 3. Is this my best bet at this point? Finding a classmate/colleague?
Any other suggestions appreciated.