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A Short Form Guide to Contracts for Software Developers and Tech Startups

Adam Masser

A version of this article originally appeared on Alleywatch.com

Think contracts and code live in separate universes? Think again. They’re more similar than you think. In fact, drafting a contract is a lot like writing code. Here’s why:

1. Each and every word, sentence and paragraph is operative and has a purpose. One reason why both contracts and code seem unintelligible to non-experts is that they tend to be very dense. Both condense conceptual ideas into a minimalistic instruction set to dictate behavior based on measurable inputs. Also crucial is the choice of inputs, which determine a contract or program’s flexibility and responsiveness to different situations.

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