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Pioneer has called itself a "generator" as opposed to the common accelerators. I would think a "generator" would optimize for building.
On a side note, I need to stop writing long sentences...XD
I'm not sure if I'm making any sense, so here is an example. Take for example a student at a bootcamp/rotc program/etc ..some type of job/career training, lets say a UX/UI Designer student, might want to try their hand at redesigning a local businesses static website, you can be the connector between the two parties.
Not a bad idea. Most people would not want to do anything for free, but I do see a market for people emerging in a new career. Let's say for example someone is learning VBA (I know, ancient but besides the point) because they are aiming for an analyst role at a financial institution. It is really hard to find real projects/experience examples to learn and practice. This is because being in a learner's position, you usually don't see the path forward and need a little bit of direction. Most teaching materials online are simple tutorials that overlap with other videos/learning materials out there; if you could get clients to post small "project" level jobs where people can practice honing a skill, I can see people completing a post/role on SkilledUp.
If there is no image, I would center the corresponding element on the timeline isntead of have it on the side with all the whitespace. What do you think?
I just checked it out a bit more. This is a pretty cool idea. Is there a way to have public and private posts?
Is this some sort of journal? That I can look bat at in 20 years?
You might want to leave that up to the developer. You might also want to go with the most popular/most used frameworks and etc. Will make it easier to find a new developer if you ever need.
On another note, you should not hire a developer before validating any product.
I'm not sure what you're building so it depends. If you are trying to sell products online, try Shopify (no need for a developer with this tool).
Maybe I can give better advice if you elaborate on what you're trying to build.
Just made a new post right now with updated as of (august 13th). Or should I have just edited this?
What do you mean by building a relationship on LinkedIn? To me it feels the same as a cold email. Is it warmer to introduce myself, make smalltalk, share my experience and talk about their experience?
How do you differentiate your LinkedIn messages from a cold email?