Specifically looking for a developer interested in equity and to become a founding member.
Yes, https://www.upwork.com is good website to find developer .
But my personal view is to use www.linkedin.com .
BTW i am also a mobile developer. if you have any work please mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org ( skype : adwani00071 )
You can find developers here..
I am the founder of yeloni.com and my strength is technology. I am looking to partner with entrepreneurs with complimentary skills and a solid product idea validated with paying customers.
Feel free to get in touch with me on linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/kranthi-kiran-1035b29
If you have all of the skills in you already. and you just need a coder to code it. Then you can find good people on upwork and linkedin. but if you are trying to build it a business model where you need strategy, user experience, design, project management and a coder. they all will be your team to launch into the market. then visit www.boostmystartup.com
Helo Bob, I'm interested in the opportunity of being a founding member. Please reach my out by connecting with me. Also, I have mobile development experience either cross-plaform or native.
As you're seeking sweet equity, all the freelancer sites are mute as I see people haven't thoroughly read your ask. Check your local code developer/meetup groups & local top tier colleges w/ dev. & hacker contests
If you are looking to hire a freelancer to build a mobile app. Your first step should be to define the funtional scope.
Scope involves getting information required to start a project, and the features the product would have that would meet its stakeholders requirements.
Project Scope (Technical): "The work that needs to be accomplished to deliver a product, service, or result with the specified features and functions."
Product Scope:(Functional) "The features and functions that characterize a product, service, or result.
Having a project scope will save you from some of the headaches you will find when outsourcing through sites like upwork. If you want to ask what the cost to have built. Then you likely are not ready to build the next Uber.
The best freelance site in the development world is TopTal.com They provide the access to the best developers in the world and they are required to pass a series of exams before they are allowed to apply to provide their services.
They also want to make sure you know what you are looking for. Once you register for the site you can submit a project for review. Someone will get back to you fairly quickly and schedule a call with you to determine what you need.
They offer a no-risk trial period lets companies work with our talent first before deciding if they’re 100% confident in moving forward. If, for whatever reason, you are not completely satisfied with a Toptaler you have been paired with, you will not be liable for any payment, and we can either part ways or we will restart the entire cycle with you at absolutely no cost.
You must provide then with a $500 deposit to begin.
In my experience, the best way to meet a good developer is to go to tech networking events in your area to find somebody in person. Meetup.com is a great place to start finding some, and then at your first event ask the attendees for recommendations regarding other events/Meetup groups. TechStars and WeConnect are good resources as well - they put on events a lot (which can often be found on Meetup, but might be good to just go directly to the source there).