Looking to Partner Up February 16, 2020

Node / React developer ready to help you build your awesome product

juniorHacker

Hey, I'm an entry-level web developer. I would really love to help you and your team build an awesome product!

My experience isn't big enough (actually, I have few little workarounds on my GitHub, and a few projects I'm currently working on) but I'm ready for on-job-training.

My technology stack is Node.js and React.js.

Looking forward to your reply!

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    Hi, We have a product in the market, paying customers and a list of registered users and more. Our product is built using React Native and other tech for iOS, Android and web app. I'd be happy to chat with you and provide more details. This would be a great opportunity to work on an early product and own features. We are bootstrapped and offer shares in the company; no salary at this time. Ping me if you're interested.

    I look forward to hearing from you!

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      I'm ready, email me!

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    I have a quick project we could tackle together - not a paying gig out of the gates, but totally open to splitting any revenue from it with you, and you can use it as a portfolio starter. Ping me if interested?

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      I'm in!

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        Email sent - cheers!

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    Hi there!
    I am wirking on my project - https://www.indiehackers.com/post/will-give-you-feedback-in-return-for-yours-7eb0d190e3?

    Just asked people on their opinion on landing page. Chcel it out and let me know. You can be part of it if you wanna. Got some work to do already so you can learn stuff.

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    Hey, juniorHacker!

    Nice to e-meet you! What are you interested in gaining after you start working on one of these products/projects?
    What are your expectations?

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      Nice to e-meet you too!

      I'm interested in:

      1. working on something big and meaningul
      2. collaborating with a team

      I think these two things are what I lack. Also, for sure, I'm seeking for more hands-on experience. That's it. Thank you for your question!