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Progress Thread From theory to process

Discussion in 'Process / Progress / Execution Threads' started by daru, Feb 26, 2017.

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    What language are coding in? I am a C# developer, and I love .NET environment.
    However, I see that 95 % of start-ups are looking for JS / python. Is there any particular reason? Ease of deployment? Ease of language? Speed of creating code?
     
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    Can only speak for myself. I use Python and for this project Django. One reason is of course that it's what I'm used to and most productive with. Other reasons are Free Open Source Software (BSD/MIT style licensing), great online community, lot's of third party Django apps to use for different common web dev problems and of course Django's awesome documentation. I like GNU/Linux also which makes something like Python/Django a good choice for me. And for startups generally, it's fucking free and as good as paid for stuff. So low initial investments.

    But I would probably stick with C#/.NET if that was what I already knew.
     
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    So much hustle and great work ethic. I enjoyed reading through your thread. Congrats on your decision to choose the SAAS route. I will watch this thread!
     
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    Damn that red pill! Now someone put a gun to my head and I can't fucking go back to ordinary work.

    I have to step it up now. Construction project is scheduled to be finished (as for now) before first of June. It really depends on getting some parts in time. Fucked up and ordered them to late. May miss this deadline! :humph:

    The SaaS project also has a deadline first of June. Sort of an MVP version but should be usable for my current and only customer. Probably have to put in some unhealthy work hours to pull it off but a deadline is a deadline. And I see that deadlines are crucial for me to get anything done! Been mixing coding with writing copy to keep realigning programming with what I think customers want.

    Morning routine is becoming a habit. Got like 2-3 weeks with only one day not getting up at five in the morning and doing back rehab. By the way. Getting my back healthy is my other big goal besides becoming a entrepreneur.

    Thanks for reading!
    /Aspiring entrepreneur
     

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