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10 Pieces of PHP Developer Advice in 2022: Advice #8: How Can You Find Compatible Partners to Collaborate on Your Business of PHP Products or Services - 6 minutes - Lately in PHP Podcast Episode 90 Part 8

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Updated on: 2022-03-24

Posted on: 2022-03-24

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Many developers want to become business owners and sell their products or services. Some try to collaborate with partners to split the work and move on faster.

Sometimes they fight with the partner and split. This situation happens because they are not compatible with their chosen partners.

There is a means to determine if you are compatible with other people before you even start talking with other people to become a partner.

Read this article, watch a 6-minute podcast video, or listen to part 8 of episode 90 of the Lately in PHP podcast to learn how to determine if another person is compatible with you to collaborate in a successful business.




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In this article you can learn:

What Pieces of Advice You Can Get as a Developer

1. Previous article: Be a Good Community Member Sharing Your Open Source Work in Community Sites

2. Previous article: Use a Readable PHP Coding Style

3. Previous article: Share Reusable Classes with Simple Documentation and Example Code

4. Previous article: Share Nice Tutorial Articles to Help Other Developers Learn Step by Step

5. Previous article: Find a Mentor to Learn From His/Her Experience Faster

6. Previous article: Have a Balanced Personal Life with Great Quality

7. Previous Article: Make Money Selling Better Versions of Your Open Source Work

8. This Article: Find Compatible Partners to Create Your Own Business Around Your Own Products and Services

9. Next Article: Use Good Time Management Methods and Tools

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What was said in the podcast

1. Be a Good Community Member Sharing Your Open Source Work in Community Sites

2. Use a Readable Coding Style

3. Share Reusable Classes with Simple Documentation and Example Code

4. Share Nice Tutorial Articles to Help Other Developers Learn Step by Step

5. Find a Mentor to Learn From His/Her Experience Faster

6. Have a Balanced Personal Life with Great Quality

7. Make Money Selling Better Versions of Your Open Source Work
8. Find Compatible Partners to Create Your Own Business Around Your Own Products and Services
One way to improve the quality of your work is to partner with other people that can collaborate with you doing a part of the work that they can do better.

For instance, as a developer you can partners with a graphic designer that is compatible with you and at the same time can do the graphic design projects that you can do the programming part.

This way you can collaborate doing the work that each of you love more and at the same time you can attend more customers with greater quality.

It is very important that you are compatible with your partners. Otherwise your business relation may end up in fights until you split and stop working together.

I have researched this topic of business compatibility between people in the last years. So I have developed a tool that gives the information of weather you are compatible with our people, so you only engage in a business relationship with other people that will engage in a business that last a long time.

For now this tool is still in a prototype phase. Later I will make it available to the general public. If you are interested in testing it, please contact me using the link at appears next to my picture in this article.




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