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Looking for a mentor in building a mobile app business

Jul 14, 2016 10:11AM PDT

I am a third year Software Engineering student from Canberra doing my final semesters. A very good student with HD as an average grade so far.

I am here to look for a mentor who was able to build a successful business through software development, especially mobile apps. I am very keen to learn from you (if you think you're the person I'm looking for) in exchange of helping you with your business, even for FREE, as long as you will guide and teach me on how you did it and how I can achieve my dream of starting my own business by the age of 30. I'm just 26 right now, so I still have 4 more years to learn from you.

I may not be equipped with enough knowledge yet in mobile apps development as I have only taken one unit regarding it in my course so far. But I am a hardworking and fast learner person and worked as a programmer for 3 years before I went here and study a degree. And in the field of mobile apps development is where I envision myself strongly and am willing to persevere to reach that dream.

I look forward for your message and really hope you could help me. It would be an honor to work for you and would greatly appreciate your help.

Please contact me through my {****}

****Note: Personal information removed by moderator. If you want folk to contact you, use the spam proofed email in your profile.

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Most folk join programming forums to get answers to
Jul 14, 2016 11:04AM PDT

If I have an Android or iOS app question I head to Daniweb, StackOverflow and CodeProject.

The thing about what you are asking is that outside of the top 1 or 2 apps not counting Netflix or content delivery you won't make a lot of money. finds that even if you crack into the Top Ten the app income is quite low.

Hone your skills, and do not over invest here is my advice.

PS. You can add an email address to your profile for folk to contact you. I edited your post so the robots won't pick this up.

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Mentor in building a mobile app
Aug 8, 2016 12:02AM PDT

If you want to mentor for mobile app development, StackOverflow is the best platform for project coding.

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