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Hiring a freelance web developer can be a real challenge for a non-technical person or founder. There are many ways of finding, recruiting, hiring, managing, and paying an engineer to help. Whether your business needs help fulfilling a backlog of work, developing a one-off project, creating a proof of concept, or an MVP for your startup. To help non-technical business owners with these challenges, the team at Gennovacap put together a guide to improve hiring decisions the next time you need a freelance web developer.

Where to find freelance web developers

There are hundreds of places to source technical talent…


So you’ve completed code school, but what next? For most soon-to-be or recent graduates, the next challenge will be getting your first job as a software engineer after code school. Job hunting can seem overwhelming, especially for recent graduates who are new to the workforce — but it is not an insurmountable task. There are many steps you can take to improve your prospects and get noticed. Your software engineering career begins with your first job search — and with these ten tips, you’ll be starting off on the right foot.

Interviewing skills

If you want to get a job in just…


Getting Your App from the Idea Stage to the Product Stage

If you are developing an app for the first time, here are some things you need to consider before engaging with any consultants or making any financial commitments. The first thing you want to do when you develop a mobile app is to consider:

  1. What problem am I solving? (solution)
  2. Who are my audiences? (market)
  3. How many different ways can my audiences benefit from the app? (utility)
  4. What do I want to achieve by building this app? (purpose)
  5. How much money do I need to build this app? (finance)

Building a great app really starts with defining the problem and…

Reza Piri

I’m a full stack web developer and product enthusiast. I help companies build software, apps, and launch amazing products.

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