Last post Apr 09, 2013 10:24 AM by ignatandrei
Apr 08, 2013 04:10 PM|3v3rhart|LINK
Is anyone interested in entering into an ASP.net NVC support service agreement whereby, for an agreed upon monthly fee, a prescribed amount of questions would be FULLY answered to the person asking the question's satisfaction and with an agreed upon turnaround
20 ASP.net full answers a month, to be answered within 24 hours of questions being received for an agreed upon monthly fee.
I've not had luck looking for established services and schools online that would provide this level of support. I thought I would throw the idea out there to see what ideas result.
(I'm following up on an answer I once got on this forum that, for a fee, anything (in coding support) is possible).
Apr 08, 2013 04:58 PM|BrockAllen|LINK
I'm sure you'll get lots of people looking to get that work. :)
Apr 09, 2013 09:42 AM|3v3rhart|LINK
Yeah, Allen, no replies, as you can see. I wish DevelopMentor offered this sort of option (I was told, in speaking to a represenative there that this is not an option). One would think that this a marketable concept, wouldn't you? Perhaps it is only by
taking a course that you can get this sort of service.
I keep on hitting walls, in learning MVC, that I just can't get past without having my questions answered reliably. I have learned, in over a year of working with MVC what are good questions worth posting and what are unnecessary questions that I can work
through myself (which I opt for when possible). I will occationally ask a stupid or unnecessary question from time to time, like anyone, but for the most part the questions by now are mostly sound.
Responses to MVC Forums is sporadic (sometimes great, sometimes perfectly good questions just go ignored...like my last MVC question before this one...good question, well documented, yet again no answer:
http://forums.asp.net/t/1896556.aspx/1?SampleData+Error+Sequence+contains+no+matching+element+). I realize there are limitations to a question forum format that are unavoidable, and I am EXTREMELY grateful for any help that HAS been given.
Perhaps I should take the course coming up in LA. It just irks me that, given enough time and effort, I can't move forward myself (I'm also working with MVC3 on an old laptop with XP and wouldn't relish spending the money necessary for new equipment to make
the prerequisite technology of MVC4 Windows 7 or 8).
Thanks, as always, for input.
Apr 09, 2013 10:24 AM|ignatandrei|LINK
1 day it is not enough to have answers.
2. More, this question should be on jobs ( I will move it)
3. If we could arrange timezones then I am available. See your private email.