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Member Since 15 May 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 09 2015 03:13 AM

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In Topic: Micro-Job sites

14 February 2013 - 03:59 PM

You have to be careful of course its not just $5 though, I mean you can pay $5 but you can also pay for gig extras if the seller has gig extras.  
It's just about using common sense and looking at the reviews as well as thinking about what the real cost would be to actually do the work.


As I say there are some good services to be had you've just got to look for them.


I have had good and bad experiences, you can get some services on them that you'd pay 3-10 times more on other sites. That is no joke either haha. 

There are some things I would avoid but if you are on a budget then for the sake of spending some time looking through reviews or just testing with a small amount if it does not go as you wished then at least you have not wasted all that much.

In Topic: Please help spread the word about Spriter, An awesome 2d game animation tool...

30 July 2012 - 04:20 AM

You can read our interview with Edgar Muniz on Spriter over at http://www.youngwebbuilder.com/interview-with-edgar-muniz-co-founder-of-new-tool-for-game-developers-spriter/. Thought i'd add it because it is relevant! And gets you bumped up for more people to see your amazing tool!

In Topic: Giving away an iphone and android app developed

13 June 2012 - 02:13 PM

Changed the rules slightly, no one interested in this?

In Topic: Help for a young programmer?

28 May 2012 - 11:14 PM

Hey buddy! I get so excited when I see people like you haha Posted Image You are the exact type of person that I set my site up to help.
However Game development your better off here, but I wont go spamming a link to my site, but you can see it on my profile.

I would probably suggest that you learn everything as you go along in your own time in small pieces. Get involved within development teams meet people in places like here. As you said, you are young so there is plenty of time for you to learn!!

You could start off with app development, I would say as you are young offer services to people for free to gain experience. Posted Image I would probably recommend Java to learn to start with, perhaps as it is much more widely used across multiple platforms.

In Topic: Looking to interview a programmer/app developer

25 May 2012 - 06:24 AM

Ok sure!! Anyone else? Posted Image Although, preferably not an FB app twice ;)