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Designer and Developer seeking for a partner in code

Hey beautiful people,

I design and code (mostly HTML/CSS) since my 15 years old with love, but this month I started an amazing journey: learn Ruby (and Rails) and JavaScript.
So now I would like to find a nice and badass developer to board like pirates into the business world ;)

Let's have fun!

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    Hey Im a senior engineer at a Fortune 50 company. Im a fullstack dev let me know if you want to partner up?

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    Hi @AlcesteBecq. 15+ years XP to have in web dev is pretty old honesty, I'm a Senior JavaScript Engineer.

    How are you? I hope you are doing well!

    I would suggest a meeting to know each other more personally and professionally,
    In case you need something before the call please let me know,

    Thank you,
    I'm looking forward to hearing from you,
    Respectfully,

    --
    All the best,
    Enis.

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      Hey Enis, thank you for the reply, good start indeed! My Discord : AlcesteBecq#9133

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        Hey buddy. I've sent you the invite.

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    I am surprised to read a full page of “you should use this or that”, none really nail the important things. So Alceste, what are you building? You have an idea already?

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      Not any specific idea, but that's a fun part to do together :-)

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      Java and .NET are good for large enterprise applications, but for web apps I believe Python, NodeJS, Ruby, PHP are the best.

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          Please stop this child war, use the language that fit your need. No one cares about what techno people use, the only thing that matters is the product at the end. And I saw a lot of great products with "shitty" techno.
          Maybe Airbnb and Shopify don't use the techno you like, but at least they generate value for people, that's all matter. Now maybe you want to debate on Apple vs Microsoft or another childish debate, but it's not related to my post. Let's move on :)

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      Cauz i already know how to code HTML CSS and JS and design websites, so I'm naturally focused language for web at the end :-)

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        You should learn node.js and typescript if you already know javascript. It's very good for prototyping and launching MVP.

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          Thanks for your reply! Node is on my list of things to learn, but step by step, i have to update my knowledge of JS for now ahah :)

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