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I had my idea created into a software from a software developer and now I'm ready to severe ties. I would like to know what is it he should give me so that I can move on to someone new with a clean break.

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Robin, I would ask for the following: Database & server information: username and passwords Where does your developer have your product hosted? AWS? Is the product/platform functional or is it still in production? Do you have it pointing to a domain name? Do you have an SSL certificate to ensure the domain is secure? If so, you will also want the details on the SSL. Did you work in a shared environment, where you could assign tasks for the project, manage ongoing tasks? If so, having access to this may help the new developer gain insight into the scope of the project. If you would like to provide more details, just email me and I can walk you through it. Thanks, Paul

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