On 12 Nov 2014, 1:38 pm, Thomas Kimmich wrote:
This is not to be seen as advertising.
I want to make it clear that we do not have any problem with members of this list advertising their services to other members.
There is a fair-sized community of people who have bought Freeway, started to build something ambitious (whether for themselves or a client) and then found themselves way outside of their comfort zone.
I know I am not alone in having been contacted by those people from time to time over the years, and having many mutually-profitable engagements with them. If I had not periodically thumped my chest about my code-fu, there would have been no such calls, and my mortgage would be in arrears.
What we do have a HUGE problem with is brand-new members posting links to their paid whatever as their first post. That gets the ban-hammer out really quickly, and you will never hear from them again.
However virtual, this is a real community, full of helpful people and people who need help. Sometimes that help is free, but that does not guarantee that it always will (or should) be so. If you are doing client work with Freeway, and you need the latest hotness to work in a hurry, there is a commercial decision to make (and you alone can make it for yourself): do I spend the nights and weekends understanding WHY this works in general, and HOW to do it in Freeway, or do I pay some person who already invested that time to do it for me?
In the case of Thomas’s screencasts, he has distilled hundreds or thousands of hours of deep-diving into bite-sized and learnable morsels, well worth the price he charges. If it gets your paid work done, then think of it as an investment in your future.
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