[BangPypers] [JOB] Python/Django Internship position

Baishampayan Ghose b.ghose at gmail.com
Mon Jul 30 08:50:38 CEST 2012


Ideas are dime a dozen (aka cheap), it's execution that matters.

If an idea is ground-breaking yet indefensible, it's probably not
worth guarding it closely in the first place because people will copy
it the day you launch anyway.

Paul Graham touched upon the topic briefly here


On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 12:12 PM, Sidu Ponnappa <lorddaemon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The idea is small and so we are not comfortable discussing this in open
>> form yet.
> I've been hiring long enough to know that unless the people you're
> trying to engage with are kicked about the idea, they will never
> apply. You are likely missing on the best devs by worrying about your
> idea being hijacked.
> I've consciously avoided the "stealth mode" comfort zone quite happily
> for many years now. There are more reasons why you should talk about
> your idea in public, but someone beat me to blogging about it:
> http://www.humbledmba.com/startups-in-stealth-mode-need-one-piece-of-ad

Baishampayan Ghose
b.ghose at gmail.com

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