I have been involved in a number of tech start-ups, even as the first employee, but I have never been a co-founder. My skills are accross essentially everything right now except tech - and this seems to be an issue when looking to join an incubator or get seed funding, as to date I have not been able to find a tech co-founder.
So one logical solution is to upskill myself to be the tech-cofounder. But how practical is this and what would be the basics? Yes, I agree that there could be a million ways to boil the ocean here, but advice is welcome. I feel like I want to set myself a goal of 3-6 months to be able to put together a basic working MVP of my product idea. (Which is an AI/ML healthcare app).
Has anyone else been in this situation? What did you resport to?