I can only work nights/weekends ATM unless we get residual income or investment. I do Unices, JS, Python, C++(11). Renting a nice decently large place in Midtown and might be able to allocate space for a cofounder if work ramped up.
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The site is an execution hub - feels like a humanized version of GitHub that involves no code repository, but enables crowdsourcing and collaboration (from teaming up, to advising, promoting, task contributions, etc) on projects between hackers, non-hackers, subject matter experts, etc. We are seeing YC startup school folks and students in different departments at top universities are using it to team up around niche projects, startup ideas, and research. Ping me at founder[at]doerhub.com if you are interested.
The product is ready, but the marketing isn't. GitSense has always been designed for the enterprise world and I know the sales cycle is hard, which is why I'm looking for a business oriented co-founder(s) and/or early investor(s). Git is taking over the enterprise world and I designed GitSense to fill a gap that management loves, which is metrics and tracking. I also built it for myself, as a developer and it has turned into crack for me.
The co-founder that I'm looking for would be my technical equivalent for the business side. I'm extremely good at what I do and my salary reflected this. I walked away from a 6 figure job, in a region where 6 figures is actually a lot, to pursue my startup. I'm looking for somebody who can walk into a 6 figure job because they are that good at business, but they have no interest in making others money.
If you think GitSense can make a difference and if you think you can help bring it to another level, let me know at terrchen <dot> <at symbol> <dot> sdesoln <dot> com.
Sorry about the email, as I don't want it to be added to some spam list.
I'm looking for 2 co-founders in exchange for significant equity. The two roles: One developer to help me further with the backend, and one sales person/growth hacker (preferably in US) who can help us gain momentum.
Full info of my startup: http://likewise.io
To get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Imagine being able to mine coin have it sent to your account, and immediately cash it out - with the lowest fees in the industry. It costs $2 on coins-e just to do a withdrawal. Ours will be 1% w/ a max of $1.
We will have atm's where people can use them just like an atm, or they can get cash for bitcoin, or vice versa, or other crypto currencies.
We will offer consumer and business loans, and micro loans world-wide.
We will also have data centers devoted to mining operations, and users can invest their money in cloud mining machines. See Cex.io for an example of how this works.
--These are just some ideas, but they could be very profitable, I don't have money to invest, but I can code- most familiar w/ Laravel, I also can manage debian servers and scale a web app. email : email@example.com
You will find yourself designing the wireframes for the mobile app, newsletters, presentations about the product and more. You will also be working with other teammates sharing knowledge and learning from each other.
Furthermore, you can play a role in changing the world, as the platform we're creating could potentially impact millions of lives.
If you are interested in being part of our team, take a look at the key points we are looking for: http://unfilled.org/get-involved/
If you think this position fits to you, just send an email to jeroen[at]unfilled.org and we'll get back to you!
I'm looking for a co-founder for Neonto, join me on this trip:
The product is a native Mac app. It's close to alpha stage, and I'm confident that there will be a usable beta in a few months. (Much of the code is recycled from a previous project of mine, Radi , so there's a proven foundation.)
The company has a tiny pre-seed investment and a handful of real customers lined up who are eager to use the product even in an alpha quality release.
Having previously done a company alone, I don't want to be in that situation again. I'd love to meet a co-founder who preferably would have either a design or business background combined with a good understanding of mobile user experience.
I guess I wanted the teaser site to reflect the product's output: it's a tool for creating mobile apps with high visual impact and motion graphics style, so the website is also like that (perhaps to the point of being form over function).
The big difference from Xcode is that Neonto Studio is completely visual. It's for designers. It's not an IDE; there's no code editor, no property bindings, or any of those things that make Xcode / Interface Builder so intimidating.
The generated code is therefore basically the view / view-controller side of an app. A programmer can easily integrate it into a project, and it saves a lot of time compared to doing the same work in code.
There's also a whole class of content-centric apps that can be done completely within this tool: books, video apps, music albums... Anything that's self-contained, doesn't need a server and doesn't have complex business logic.
If you solve that, I'd use it and I'm a coder not a designer. Regardless, that is a REALLY exciting idea. It's one of those things where an 80% solution won't cut it which always worries me (that's what WYSIWYG web design tools rarely catch on) but a 100% solution doesn't seem impossible.
Personally I don't like the built-in autolayout solutions on iOS and Android at all. The latter is too limited, while the constraint system on iOS is over-engineered and difficult to reason about. Since neither platform provides a designer-friendly solution, I feel there's a good opportunity for a third party here.
We are the reCaptcha or Duolingo of semantic information. We crowdsource semantic data with educational and fun learning tools designed to identify and capture the semantic information revealed in the game play.
For first and second level concepts (the least abstract) we target children aged 3-6 with games that their parents deem educational and worthwhile in preparing the child for traditional schooling. Our tools will be free but we generate revenue by licensing the semantic data we capture. Distribution will leverage the US federal government's new Universal preK policy.
A proprietary, difficult to recreate, conceptual structure provides some protection from others copying the methodology and developing the semantic dictionary.
Old site had 14,000 user signups and 24,00 audio uploads. New site is a completely new design and feature set but we migrated the users, audio, and some other basics.
HypedSound is a creative community where you can upload all your media to one simple, clean profile and sync with your existing social networks. You can have all your content from across the web in one place and a community to share it with.
Based in Germany. Hit me at andrew.forsure at gmail dot com or through cofounderslab.com: http://www.cofounderslab.com/profile/ingolstadt-founder-siwa...
Our background: hardcore backend dev; basic front-end; understanding of the used car market. We have a world-class UI/UX designer helping us out as well.
Our weakness: native mobile app dev (we've done some app development before but nothing too serious).
send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
EDIT: btw, this is super early, so this isn't some kind of "be our first employee" deal disguised as co-foundership.
I'm currently trying to release things on CodeCanyon.net so I could self-fund my start-ups. If there's anyone who also works independently it might be helpful to show each other our current projects. It doesn't matter if you do code/artwork/marketing - if we get along maybe we could do a small project together.
I'm also open to applying to tech incubators this Spring. My ideas are a little unorthodox so I'd probably need someone more grounded to get into an incubator.
I created http://www.learneroo.com to teach programming and more online. I have users and will be starting to earn revenue this month (hopefully)!
Also looking for subject experts in Java (and other areas) to create or edit content or to mentor students.
Email me at email@example.com if interested, preferably with a link to your Github profile or the like.
We would collaborate remote.
If you think this can be interesting for you, visit our homepage and shoot us an email:
I built http://www.memobuild.com, an online editor for technical books and documents. I'm working on a good launch and customer acquisition plan, and could use some help.
The product is already usable and very polished, it's actually a pivot from an e-learning editor I did for several years. With the right marketing execution it could grow to profitability fast. Contact is in my profile.
Wondering how many other Arizona people (or anywhere for that matter) are interested and knowledgeable in the VID, Desktop Virtualization & Hypervisor space to possibly work with.
Developer myself & other founder is an Infrastructure Architect looking to make having a Cloud Desktop simple via our control panel, that's in the works.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, would love to talk!
Evercam.io is a developer platform for cameras (any kind of camera). We make it easy for a developer to get a jpeg or stream from a camera, thus unleashing a world of creativity.
We're two experienced founders looking for a CTO / Lead Developer. You'll have to be full-stack and a polyglot, but we're leaning towards Ruby / AWS. The more you know about APIs and Hypermedia, the better.
I have an initial (ugly and very limited) prototype here:
If this is an interesting problem to you, email me with a few ideas on what you want in a search engine: email@example.com
I'm working on a crowdfunding-esque site if that's something you're interested in, and I'm always down to work on reverse engineering/vulnerability research type stuff.
It could be an interesting side project to grow & monetize!
Have few floating ideas that we can chat about. If we gel, can start with collaboration on some MVPs and then see how things go.
If you have some ideas, more than happy to discuss and work on them as well.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for developer, designer, or anything really (like a writer).
We'd start by having a chat and if things go well we could work together on some small project or something and go from there. Email is on my profile.
If so, please contact me for more information: contactme at blanshey dot com.
I am developer from Europe and I can work part-time if anyone has an interesting idea or startup. I can work with: PHP, Ruby on Rails and Android.
Already started one Bitcoin project (cryptistics.com) and are looking for better ideas.