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A question about selecting the right co-founder
-1. The reason to bring on a developer as a cofounder is not just as a source of code (though you should certainly think twice about bringing on someone who couldn't code the initial prototypes). It's also so you'll have someone who can give you feedback on the idea, what the technical pitfalls are going to be, what the product strategy should be, and other things that generally fall under the category of "technical" but outside the domain of "coding". If he does all this, he'll have earned his equity. If he doesn't, you've chosen the wrong cofounder. That said, +1 to vesting schedule.