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If I had a penny for every time that I heard the phrase – “I have this great idea, but I don’t have the coding skills to build it” – I would very rich by now. Over the past 3-4 years that I’ve been hanging around the entrepreneurial scene, I’ve met a lot of people who have ideas, but lamented about how difficult it is to get a developer on-board to help them.

Unfortunately, techies are in demand – there’s a no shortage of people looking for good developers that are experienced and able, but (sparked by reading Jennie Lee’s post about Entrepreneur School for non-technical founders, and an upcoming Interface3 project) I thought I would share some top tips to help any non-technical entrepreneurs to find a techie to get involved in their project.

(BTW, I’m assuming that you don’t have much money to pay the developer, if you do, then you don’t need to read this, but merely get your cheque book out)

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