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The Invasion of the Developer Commandos™

I. Why Deploy Commandos?

It's hard to find the best people to solve difficult problems. By deploying Developer Commandos™, you can get great software developed without needing to figure out how to find the software developers.

II. What are Developer Commandos?

Unlike an old fashioned developer, a commando works independently. They manage themselves so you won't need to.

III. How Can You Deploy Commandos?

A. Create a Project

Use a project host like GitHub to create a shared workspace online. Commandos will be able to contribute to your software project through this workspace.

B. Obtain Incentives

Use a cryptocurrency exchange like Coinbase to purchase an amount of a cryptocurrency such as Ether. You will be able to use this cryptocurrency to provide an incentive for commandos.

C. Post Opportunities

Use a bounty network such as Gitcoin to post bounties. A bounty describes the software problem you need resolved, and allows you to attach a cryptocurrency incentive for resolving it. Once posting the bounty, you will simply be able to sit back and wait for commandos to contribute solutions for your approval.

Additionally, you might find it useful to install the MetaMask plugin for Google Chrome. MetaMask is one tool to enable you to attach Ether to a Gitcoin bounty.

IV. The Future of Software Development

At Serafino Software™, we feel like shared workspaces, cryptocurrency incentives, and bounty networks, go a long way towards improving the way you can get software developed by deploying developer commandos.

However, we think development can be improved even further. That's why we're introducing a very exciting technology called AppDirective™. AppDirective™ will allow you to put in a simple description of your problem, known as a directive, and get out the software you need to resolve it. If you are interested in more information, please see below.


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