As a non-technical sole founder, outsourcing development enabled me to stop waiting and act immediately to bring my game to life. Here are some lessons I learned working with contractors while building my game. By Stephanie Cheng (Founder, Seesaw Games) Working with outsourced developers can be a mixed bag. On one hand, it enables you [...]
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From Laundry Locker to TaskRabbit, you can outsource as many trivial tasks as possible. By Becky Cruze (Co-Founder, BeCouply) Today, women have the opportunity to have it all: a high-powered career, fulfilling relationship, children and the HGTV-worthy home. So what’s the problem? “Having it all” is much easier said than done. Sure, it might be [...]
By Leah Busque (Founder, TaskRabbit) Editor’s note: You can nominate Leah Busque for the Founder of the Year 2011 thru December 13! I recently read an article about the work/ life balance of successful women. In it, there was a stat about the percent of highly successful women who actually do their own grocery shopping. [...]
By Laura Forrest (Marketing Manager, Mozilla) Don’t have a computer science degree? Don’t worry. Don’t let that stop you from founding your own start-up. There are many examples of successful non-technical co-founders who didn’t let the lack of knowing a programming language stop them from creating something great. In this case study, we look at [...]