What about finding a technical co-founder overseas and invite him over to my country?


Here's the case. I have great ideas about starting a social networking company, but I am not a programmer. So I need to find a technical co-founder first, I mean a really awesome ass-kicking programmer whom I believe is hard to find in my country which is China.

Why overseas? The key is better education. They found their talent at a very early stage of their lives and practiced a lot, and go to the best colleges in the world, more creative and passionate. That's what I'm looking for!

So if I had the chance I would love to invite one over to start a company with me. Whether he is still a student in college or currently working but seeking a chance to do something better.

It's never easy. Lots of challenges for both of us. But let me put it this way. I believe in fate. If fate is going to put us together to do something big, it will be done. I'll try my best with my best intention to offer my vision and the big picture ,if they are really interested, then we come upon a proper agreement, finally someone fly over. It's that simple. If it doesn't work, I'll try next one.

All I have to do is to find a great programmer who is willing to combine his excellent tech skills with my ideas together to create a solid foundation of our company, then moving forward to make our dreams come true.

This may sound idealistic. But I'm willing to put all my heart into it. We definitely have to go through hard work, lots of problems, even failures. But if we persist. I believe there's no problems that we can't really solve. Success will finally be on our side!

What do you guys think about it? If you got an invitation from a total stranger like me, what would you react? What could possibly make it acceptable for you to come over to work with me? Have you ever thought about working abroad?

Besides, if some of you are interested in coming to China. You can get my contact information in my profile or leave yours. And needless to say, China is now really a land of opportunities. It's the next big thing!

Sorry for writing so long. I just got little too excited about my plan, and I believe eventually I will find the right partner. Just wish me good luck!

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asked Jun 4 '11 at 01:03
Yc Wang
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  • you need to shorten that question. A lot – Tim J 12 years ago
  • @Developer - if his intention is to get answers, then yes, he should. People are going to skip it if it remains long and unfocused. Some will read it and try to make sense of it, but most won't and will move on. Your admonition, while possibly acceptable as moral support for the OP, is not actually helpful for him to get what he is seeking: answers. – Tim J 12 years ago
  • @Tim: Thanks for suggestion. I've tried my best to shorten it. – Yc Wang 12 years ago

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