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12-17-2007, 06:36 PM
Join Date: Sep 2007
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Nice assumption but false, I've never got screwed. People believe how they want to handle clients they way they want. Based on your article doesn't mean everything will follow your ways. And a waste? Not really more of another experience you can do a lot with the code tthat you created sell it and adding it to your portfolio saying that you've did that before. Unless your coding PHP as a life time goal a major business then sure why not, other then that no I feel that way isn't a need. PHP is a hobby not a job the extra money helps out some. Note I've done upfronts before and other times I do it my way it just depends.
There are a couple problems with your post
1. 99% of the projects I do are stuff I already mastered. I don't learn anything form them.
2. Most projects I do have code which is too specific to reuse in another project. They normally don't dump you at the end, so you are suck with a useless half done application. This has happened to me before, more then a year and ive never been able to resell or reuse a single line in it.
3. I don't need another project on my portfolio, it includes all I need to get business.
I program for a living, so my methods have to be more serious then someone who programs for fun. But hobby or not, why shouldn't you use the smartest methods to make money?
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