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  1. Microsoft Releases First Preview Builds of Chromium-based Edge Browser https://thehackernews.com/2019/04/chromium-edge-browser.html
  2. ciotmike

    Entrepreneurship

    What are the best platforms to be a freelance developer?
  3. I’ve been a developer for >20 years, and I want to go into freelance. The problem is that my design skills are very raw. Therefore, I believe I would greatly benefit from partnering with a good designer. I have some questions, though: 1) What percentage of pay is typically fair for both parties and how does one decide? To me, development seems more difficult and time-consuming than design, so I could see a larger split going to the developer. However, I could be wrong about the time and difficulty. Plus, it’s crucial to have good design. I just want to be fair to both parties. 2) Is it common for one party to find the work and then negotiate the dollar value for farming out the work? For example, if the designer finds a client, would he/she then offer a dev a certain amount without disclosing how much he/she is getting from the client? 3) What are the typical roles of both parties? I read an article that said that the designer usually works more closely with the client than the developer, which makes sense. 4) What else should I know about partnerships?
  4. Hi.. Looking to get a website built soon, found a developer I am happy with, but he is using Shopify to build it on.. I know a little about how it all works, I am no clueless plumber or mechanic who needs a website building.. To my knowledge he is basically just getting a theme and placing it over an alreadyt built framework, drag n drop, the apparently hardest part is incorporating a price break structure, so the more you buy the more the price comes down, but he has even shown me the drag n drop tool that does this. For a fully functioning website that is ready to go he saif £500. A lot of moeny, maybe not for some websites but yes to me a lot. A part of me just wants to pay it and get it moving, but it seems like a lot of money for what may just be a days work, he has said 2 days but I am unsure with what he has proposed would take 2 days? I know that I need to prove I have a business model before spending so much on a site. And maybe I am better off hashing together a site and then when I know I have an income to then splash the cash. It is a business to business website, though possibly be used to sell on a retail level. Any ideas on this be great to hear. Thanks.
  5. I wanted to know does anyone have experience using the core lower level languages like c, c++? I have learn to make simple programs run from a beginners standpoint with these languages, but to learn in depth gets hard when I come across topics that deal with pointers, templates, polymorphism, and memory allocation. I've done some research that says Python is the best language to learn first, but I always feel that learning the C/C++ languages I'd learn more of what's happening at the core of any program created. Any suggestions? I'd like to know.
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