I work in a software company. Our company developed various software program. At the moment, our company decides to sell the source code of Network Monitor System and GPS/GPRS Vehicles Intelligence Management System. I don't think buying source code is wrong. For example, you want to develop a set of security software. It may at least take you two or three years to research and develop. If you buying other's source code, you can further develop, make more excellent one than original. Thus you can save lots of time to do other things. I believe it is good for programmers.
Recently, I browse many websites. I found there are a lot of websites for buying software products, but no for source code. I know many professional men visit this website. So I want to someone could help me, could give me some good advises. Thank you!
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There best thing is to get your product listed on a site where users can search for code. The site will list a review, pruce, contact detaails etc...
Check out the "Hotscripts" site to see what i mean. Its for web source, but you get the idea
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alot of companies sell their source code. (for a reasonably larger markup than they would sell software) but alot do especially when products get upgraded the previous software becomes 'old-hat' and you will find alot of business will purchase source code. But yes for a stable consumer product in the …
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