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  • As an aspiring entrepreneur, is my time better spent learning WebDev from scratch or hiring others to build for me?

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  • Maverick

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    October 29, 2019 at 6:17 pm

    I’ve had an interest in testing business ideas for some time now but I’ve barely scratched the surface of HTML/CSS. I will have $6,000-$10,000 annually to invest towards these ideas. Logic tells me my time is better spent learning to develop website/web business ideas myself then hire professionals if the idea shows potential. I simply don’t know how much time it could realistically take me to learn enough to properly develop websites & platforms for my ideas. My gut says 2 years is a minimum amount of time to expect this process to take. From reading here, it would take drastically longer to be proficient. Is this even close to enough money to consider development firms/freelancers or should I put my nose in a book for a while? Thank you for your time and attention! – by hq overview trulytrulyisay – –

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