Like we said before, this mistake is pretty self-explanatory. For StartUp founders that are familiar with coding, and are technically inclined themselves, this mistake is not applicable.
But everybody wants a piece of the tech-space. A number of startup founders have pure business backgrounds and zero knowledge on actually building their product. In these cases they hire their technical team. The conundrum with business-minds hiring techie-minds, is that they have no idea how to evaluate their profiles. So they end up hiring bad programmers, and what was once a seamless idea, is now a haphazard product.