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Excellent as always
0 · February 12, 2013
we're presenting SoundWall
I joined the day of the previous meetup. I wasn't able to attend, but the list of pitching companies in the email seemed to be looking more for co-founders (partners?) than developers. Will this event focus more on developers?
0 · January 24, 2013
I'm not sure I understand what distinction you are making. This meetup was primarily created to help connect entrepreneurs and developers. Most of the presenters are non-technical entrepreneurs that are pitching early stage ideas and are looking for a technical co-founder. The expectation is usually that the technical co-founder will work on developing the product. Occationally we get startups at the stage of hiring a development team. Is that more what you are looking for? I have another meetup that caters more to that called 'Hire a Developer". I've been a bit lazy so far this year and haven't set up a meeting for that meetup yet.
Hi Alon, Thanks for the clarification, and I appreciate your efforts on these meetups. I am a member of both meetups, so we'll see what develops.
This meetup is for tech developers that are interested in getting involved in the creation of a startup, and for entrepreneurs that are looking for developers.
If you are interested in presenting please see the Information for Future Presenters page and contact the organizer.
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