Lose 30 pounds in 30 days

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This rings very true to me. I've dealt with inexperienced clients and it's very agonizing. I find the most experienced clients trust people to do their job and wait for the end result/deadline, and the less experienced ones try to find the lowest possible cost and try to control the development process through micromanagement.
Cadavre Exquis

"2) Popular frameworks: Rails, Django, Node.js, etc"

Do you have any experience with these?



lol funny pic.

I can do work in rails but I haven't done it for any work projects. My expertise is primarily in php and (especially) javascript. Node would be next on my list to try out after I've gotten comfortable with Clojure and elisp.

This post also reminds me of the idiom/saying: "You think I'm an expensive engineer? Wait until you hire the cheap guy."