|Sent on:||Thursday, June 13, 2013 3:17 PM|
Hello fellow rubyists,There are currently a large number of government and incubator programs that support business co founders, and potential CEOs, etcBut I could find none for supporting the tech cofounder to CTO journey. It mainly seems to occur as one on one mentoring.I am in process of building am open source program/education/list of resources to hopefully helps those wanting to or already are taking this journey..Here is where we will are building the program https://github.com/ericbrooke/ctofounder/wikiHere is my blog post -> I wrote this in response to the gap of post education training in how to be technical cofounder and that how many "programs" for startups tend to concentrate on the business side.Please come and share your views and pass onto others who may be interested.Who should we interview? https://github.com/ericbrooke/ctofounder/wiki/Technologists-we-should-interviewGood blogs or books to follow? https://github.com/ericbrooke/ctofounder/wiki/Good-resourcesor just questions you wanted answered! https://github.com/ericbrooke/ctofounder/wiki/Questions-I-want-answered-as-a-technology-cofounderMany ThanksEric
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