Wanted: a capable and passionate, software-engineer co-founder
There is an urgent need to change the way people eatGlobal meat consumption is skyrocketing and so too are the epidemics of obesity and other chronic diseases caused by a meat-centric diet.
To what extent can the internet and the emerging tools of social-gaming help? That's the question I'm exploring in my latest project: vegetron.com.
Vegetron helps people master vegan meals and healthy livingVegetron is for the vegan-curious and vegan-savvy folks who want to improve their health and do something good for the world at the same time. Vegetron will help people master the basic food and lifestyle skills needed to thrive in the modern meat-centric world.
Fun and easyOur goal is to make the process of learning (and sharing your own knowledge) about food and lifestyle more fun, more social and more effective. Designing game and social layers into the experience can help us do just that.
The ideal dev partnerVegetron has enormous potential, in part because it is tackling an extremely challenging problem. So I'm looking for a partner who's skilled at transforming an idea into it a tangible product, realizing there will be many hurdles to jump over along the way.
I seek a talented software engineer who shares a passion for improving health and making the world a better place, who understands the world of game mechanics and dynamics and appreciates human-centered design. Ideally, you live near enough to or in San Francisco and are available to start working part-time now and full-time in January.
If you know of anyone who might be interested in joining our team, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org