Wizpert: The Help Platform for the Chronically Down-Voted Developer

Wizpert quadruples programmer user­base since September ‘13 launch, empowers developers to get help on their own terms

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New York, NY (PRWEB) June 02, 2014

Wizpert, a platform that instantly connects people with an attentive, helpful expert for a one­-on-­one chat, has just announced that it has quadrupled its user-­base of programmers and exceeded 6,000 experts since its launch in September 2013, boasting a community of over 30,000 individuals. As such, Wizpert is one of the web’s fastest growing developer communities, and the only of its kind to provide instant, on demand service.

With just a few clicks, the user is matched with an expert, or “wizpert” via a fun, social text based environment that is optimized for code sharing. Once connected, wizperts collaborate with users to work through the issue at hand' providing judgement-­free guidance. Wizpert has thus established itself as the go­-to resource for developers who have a problem that they cannot articulate or is too basic for programming forums.

“While there are many platforms where users can learn how to code, and others where they can hire freelancers, Wizpert is the first platform that empowers them to get the type of help they need, on their own terms," said Michael Weinberg, Founder and CEO.

About Wizpert:
WizpertTM, Inc. (wizpert.com), founded in 2011 and headquartered in New York City’s Silicon Alley, is the global marketplace for instant, on demand help, 24/7. The platform connects people with experts for a one­on­one chat, in a fun, social, text­based environment. While Wizpert is topic agnostic and intends to pursue multiple verticals, it is currently focused on computer programming.


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