I will build your product in exchange for equity.
Are you looking for a technical cofounder?
I've made many ideas of other people successful, and since I can do "everything" from conceptualizing, designing, building, and deploying an application (web, mobile, or desktop), I also have a good overview of which shortcuts can be taken to build something as quickly as possible (often under a week, sometimes under a day).
Would you like to make your business profitable in exchange for equity?
I can dedicate around 10h / week which should be more than enough to bring any concept or idea to life really quickly, and I'll do it for a chunk of equity, no cash required.
Here's the catch.
Your idea needs to be validated, i.e. with paying customers or a list of people waiting to pay for the product once it's built. If you have no idea how to get that, here's a place to start.
I am also not interested in apps/industries related to social networks, travel, fintech, or advertising.
If you're not a white male, I will reduce my equity stake considerably.
Why am I doing this?
I've got 10h / week which I want to use to help turning ideas into reality.
I've learned there's a lot of non-technical people looking to find a technical cofounder.
I really enjoy the beginning of a product, and I've got so much experience to contribute beyond just one company.
Who is this for?
Ideally folks in minorities who don't have technical skills, but have business development, marketing, or sales ones.
Maybe someone with an idea and a network that has validated that idea and wants to take it to the next level.
You might just also already have a prototype built and you're just trying to make it profitable now, and need help from someone who's done it before.
What does this mean?
You're not hiring me. You can look at our relationship similar to that of an investor and advisor, but instead of cash, I bring tech chops and hands-on help.
I'll be hands-on until your business secures funding or becomes profitable, and then will help you hire a CTO (or whatever technical role you need), so I can move to an advisor-kind of role.