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Apr
21
comment Should I contract someone to help me with an existing project?
Thanks so much for providing your perspective, by the way. // Also, to address the "worth it" comment: great point. However, I see it as freeing myself up to do the really big things that expand the functionality of the app, add plug-ins that people pay for, etc., and I think that that could make it worth it.
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Apr
21
comment Should I contract someone to help me with an existing project?
Finding a local person is hard considering that I'm moving a lot. I think that finding someone with the right skills (above) plus the right level of knowledge of the subject matter the app deals with will be hard. A contract hire doesn't have to have the latter, but for someone to buy-in and become a partner, I think they would. Am I making sense?
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21
comment Should I contract someone to help me with an existing project?
Thanks for your answer. I didn't mean patents, I really meant code copyright and the feasibility of enforcing that.
Apr
21
comment Should I contract someone to help me with an existing project?
I should have cited concerns about copyright rather than IP. I changed this in the question.
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