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Use this site to give or get tech advice to startups

Those looking for tech advice on a startup fill out a questionnaire and that gets sent to a pool of technologists who have signed up to offer help.

A new site wants to play matchmaker between the technically-minded and the business-minded.

Those looking for tech advice on a startup fill out a questionnaire and that gets sent to a pool of technologists who have signed up to offer help.

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Developed by a trio of Philly Startup Leaders members, the site was inspired by conversations on the listserv about finding a technical cofounder. Two entrepreneurs who participated in the PSL Accelerator, Michael Riley and James Bright, launched the site, with Brad Derstine of GradeMyPC.

So far, 34 people have signed up to get tech advice and 37 people have signed up to give it, Riley reported on the PSL listserv.

Read more about finding technical cofounders on Riley’s blog and Bright’s blog.

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