Colin Devroe

Reverse Engineer. Blogger.

Why founders shouldn’t be the developers

December 14, 2012

Swizec explains why founders shouldn’t be the developers:

There’s no getting around that, no matter how good a programmer you are, no matter how experienced, it’s just hard. Programming doesn’t require a lot of attention, it requires allof attention.

I agreed. As much as the founder wants to be the developer they shouldn’t be. I don’t think it means that they can’t do any development. But the responsibility of this task should not rest solely on their shoulders. They can dabble. They can mess around with ideas. Maybe even help put together new prototypes. But leave the production stuff to professionals.