Not to add disease to injury, but you also might want to be upfront about whether or not potential applicants need to be concerned about contracting a painful skin rash from the ShingleCloud.
On Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 10:24 AM, elijah wright <[address removed]>
On Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 9:14 AM, Benjamin Nelson
<[address removed]> wrote:
> ShingleCloud is a brand new startup here in Nashville and we are working on> an exciting new social networking application for a vertical market. We are
> looking for ambitious self-starting developers who can take on the project
> in the early stages. We have documented the epics and user stories and are
> Once we have a signed non-disclosure agreement we can give you a completeIt sounds like what you're looking for is an employee, when what you
> picture of the project. Our founders have successfully started, IPO'd, and
> sold numerous companies in the last 20+ years and they feel this project has
> more potential than previous successes.
probably need is a co-founder.
This is not the kind of reach-out that gets you what you want in an
employee - you need to specify a whole hell of a lot more in a job ad
(like what technology selections have been made already, etc) to get a
developer on board in this fashion.
If it's a cofounder role, working-for-equity, you should probably
specify the number of points that that person is going to get, and
come up with a story that's strong (but vague) enough to attract
someone with the chops to do what you want to do.
If this is really
just-another-social-networking-app-for-a-particular-population - well,
that's not so innovative that you can't come out and say so.
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