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I am always looking for mentors, as I have been 100% self-taught on the above disciplines. My strongest point as a application developer is that I have major sales experience and business acumen.
My philosophy in building applications is simple:
- Build something useful
- Listen to the user; the user is always right or they won't use the app
- Build the app deliberately and quickly, test and correct for major bugs and release
I am a lone developer in my applications, and have never had the pleasure of working on a software development team. I guess this makes me a full-stack developer. I think this is both an advantage and disadvantage; I miss the chance for learning new techniques and standards (but StackOverflow helps a lot with this), but I also can plan both the front and back ends of applications without consulting others.