As a solo, freelance developer, I often miss not having co-workers to discuss problems with or bounce ideas off of. I know many of you are in similar positions, so for the next month I’ll have “office hours”.
I’ll make a few one-hour slots available every week for me to be your virtual co-worker / pair-programmer / friend to fill this role.
Here are some examples of how we can use this time:
Walk through a coding problem you are having
Help you understand more about OAuth, OpenID Connect, JWT and all that stuff I worked with for many years at my previous employer
Talk about architectural issues you are facing with your app
Talk about entrepreneurship and side-projects
Talk about remote work / location independence / travel
Pretty much anything you think I have the experience to assist you 😏
If you want to book time, please book a slot at the following URL:
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