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Ben Tossell@bentossell · newCo
I feel a lot of this information is out there already and easily accessible, but I suppose it makes sense for Stack Exchange to keep people on their platform. I'd half expect these questions be more engineering-based than general startup queries. It would be cool to see people collaborating after questions and answers.
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Shannon Clarke@sajclarke · Electrical Engineer & Software Developer
@bentossell Perhaps we will see it mature over time. Tends to happen due to the rating system in SO. I think it will compete with quora which is a great resource for a lot of startup Q&A
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LukaHunterHiring@prokotasic · @lukaivicev - Co-Founder at Penta
I use it quite frequently actually. I've seen questions vary. From legal questions to equity, expansion, scalability, marketing as well as the common: "how do I go about building this product?" Also, looking on user's profiles a lot of them are StackOverflow users. I remember one user asked where he should go from having 500 downloads a day on the App Store which is pretty insane. @picmate The questions vary. Either way I think it's a GREAT source. @bentossell @sajclarke
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Ben Tossell@bentossell · newCo
@prokotasic cool! Yeah I suspected a lot of users would be StackOverflow users - as I said, keeping people on their platform. Especially those people who are on StackOverflow to get answers about how to develop their business from an engineering point of view and now more general :)
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LukaHunterHiring@prokotasic · @lukaivicev - Co-Founder at Penta
@bentossell yes exactly. Slowly making the transition.
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TopDesign.me@topdesignme
Why use Stackoverflow when I can just go on Quora to ask the same questions? Quora is much friendlier to use.