bobs at twft.com
Fri May 25 12:07:49 EDT 2012
You may want to consider having a reputable dev do all that for you, and then pay you royalties on all sales after that, should it go commercial.
On May 25, 2012, at 7:57 AM, Peter M. Brigham, MD wrote:
> Unless I were heading towards creating a commercial product, which I have dreamed of in my idle moments.... But I don't have enough idle moments to actually do that. I figured I'd have to devote at least 2 months full-time work to tune this up and get it fully ready for commercial primetime, and I would need help in building in a licensing and registration schema, and a good legal consultation, as well as someone to do marketing, which I know nothing about and am not interested in learning. It really would be a change in profession for me. I am getting to what many consider retirement age, but I can't afford to retire, or to take a flyer on the bet it would pay off.
> I'll probably content myself with making standalone utilities to help supplement the software I'm about to have to use. I'm already working on something that will display drug interactions for a list of meds.
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