So here is the deal, I've been working on an exciting web project with my tech co founder for over a month now. We both have our own skills and were supposed to complement each other. I built the wireframes to reflect my idea and vision and delivered them over to him for production. He was supposed to deliver a working prototype about 3 weeks ago.
For the last 2 weeks I have been chasing him constantly, all the time he gets back to me after a couple of days with some bogus excuse (my ssh connection not working perfectly.. prototype is done I will upload it tonight etc etc...)
Yesterday he finally gives me the url where I can "access" the demo.. The only features available are login and a simple registration form.. When I ask him why I do not see anything else, he just tells me that it's weird, all the features should be there but he'll look into it. I didnt want to confront him but from from the source file there, I dont see anything else that should be there. I consulted with a good friend who is a project manager at a web development agency, he looked at it and confirmed that there are no errors, the features are simply not built in.
Now what should I do with him, he's very personable and I have no doubt he has the skills needed to write the code. But this is just a waste of time, if he does not have time to take on this project, he should just tell instead of being flakey.
What do you guys think?
(If you are a serious and reliable techie and might be interested in possibly taking over the project, let me know and we can talk)
[Edited 2011-06-02 06:12:46]