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    Post How to build a web development team

    Morning all,

    Im looking to build a list of all the necessary equipment and software needed to get an in-house web development team; all so i can draft up the predicted costs I need thus list to include what and number of equipment/hardware, staff and what software assumed necessary. It would be great if you could give an idea of how many members of staff would be necessary in a full time post to carry out the works.

    The tasks required would be the typical site management, development, admin and app development of something similar to this web feature:


    https://wind-in-the-5f382f.booki.sh/

    I welcome all thoughts and hope someone can 'honestly' say it is a one man job #fingerscrossed.

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    Hello dear,
    I'm also searching for a Web-development company for my big project.
    Its DMAARC.com
    If anyone interested so contact me soon.

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    Please excuse me, I don't require the help of a team, I am trying to start my own web dev team for my company.

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    after development of company you will work?
    And i want a company for work for my project, if you interested so tell me.
    Thanks for the reply.
    :-)

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    this might work

    You might want to consider this:

    Letís say, you donít do good on your initial venture. Donít give up easily. The internet offers too many opportunities, in some cases even more than the cityís offerings. You can create websites in the meantime, securing profits through marketing, promotions and dozens of banner ads (Learn how to make a website). When you have earned a reputation for launching populous websites, secure clients on freelance sites. Your team will surely be a hot item, once the job providers see the websites you developed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericstevens View Post
    Im looking to build a list of all the necessary equipment and software needed to get an in-house web development team; all so i can draft up the predicted costs I need thus list to include what and number of equipment/hardware, staff and what software assumed necessary. It would be great if you could give an idea of how many members of staff would be necessary in a full time post to carry out the works.

    I welcome all thoughts and hope someone can 'honestly' say it is a one man job #fingerscrossed.
    Do you realise the costs involved in starting your own web development company?

    Do you realise the risk of creating one when you have no experience in the sector? That is suicide! Please for the love of god, forget this awful idea. I am saying this out of kindness. I don't want anyone to declare themselves bankrupt for no reason, which you will do if you proceed. That is the best outcome. The worst outcome is you wont only be bankrupt, but end up in prison as well.






    It would be far cheaper for a development company to produce the site for you, rather than creating your own team. Miles cheaper. Legally simpler.

    It could be a one developer project, so long as your timescale isnt too tight. Ask a developer for a portfolio. You want one well versed in php/mysql integration.
    99 little bugs in the code, 99 bugs in the code, fix one bug, compile it again ... 101 little bugs in the code

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmaarc123 View Post
    Hello dear,
    I'm also searching for a Web-development company for my big project.
    Its DMAARC.com
    If anyone interested so contact me soon.
    PS: This might be considered thread jacking. I would start your own in "positions available" sub forum.

    As for advice, I would suggest YOU seek companies, not let them seek you. Competition is plentiful and there is massive amounts of choice out there.
    99 little bugs in the code, 99 bugs in the code, fix one bug, compile it again ... 101 little bugs in the code

    An important petition, regarding your human rights:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajkent View Post
    You might want to consider this:

    Let’s say, you don’t do good on your initial venture. Don’t give up easily. The internet offers too many opportunities, in some cases even more than the city’s offerings. You can create websites in the meantime, securing profits through marketing, promotions and dozens of banner ads (Learn how to make a website). When you have earned a reputation for launching populous websites, secure clients on freelance sites. Your team will surely be a hot item, once the job providers see the websites you developed.
    I'm sorry but you're wrong, this won't work, it won't at all.

    There is a lot of competition out there in the development field. You don't even to search the web for proof of this, just search webdeveloper.

    Let's compare this to restaurants a minute. There is plenty of choice in cities out there of where to eat. Many places that open up, swallow money and close shortly after, often have the same tale to tell. An individual with money to start the venture, but has never worked a day in their life in the catering trade. They don't know what equipment they need, what layouts they need, what skills they need and whom they should hire, how to project their costs, etc etc, but they think they can make a thriving business, just because they have an awesome idea. I'm here to tell you something your parents should have: An awesome idea doesn't mean you will be an instant success. Success takes hard work, knowledge/experience and study, perseverance, good ideas, sometimes money and a big dollop of luck.

    It is the same in any sector. If you have no knowledge of the sector whatsoever, it is completely insane beyond any possible belief, to even consider setting up a company in the said sector.
    Last edited by wh666-666; 05-31-2012 at 07:37 PM.
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    i am new hear

    Hi this is charanseo Internet Marketing Specialist from Hyderabad; I am the new member of these boards thanks to all.

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    Do you have man power?

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    Hi DMAARC123,

    I am interested to work with you. If you want to work with me, you can visit www.avigma.com or can call us directly at 0124 - 3924945.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avigma View Post
    Hi DMAARC123,

    I am interested to work with you. If you want to work with me, you can visit www.avigma.com or can call us directly at 0124 - 3924945.
    It would be better to PM DMAARC your contact details or comment in a thread of his.






    Quote Originally Posted by charanseo View Post
    Hi this is charanseo Internet Marketing Specialist from Hyderabad; I am the new member of these boards thanks to all.
    Nice to meet you charenseo. I would advise you introduce yourself in the introduction thread, rather than just a random one where you arent contributing to the subject:

    http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=228097
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericstevens View Post
    Morning all,
    Im looking to build a list of all the necessary equipment and software needed to get an in-house web development team; E
    You need to have answers on the following questions first:
    1. Where this team will host sites: in-house or third party hosting provider.
    2. Do you have a potential portfolio for team to begin with
    3. Do you have money to support team for at least 3 years until reputation as a web development company starts working for company Just to clarify, in average salary alone for middle level person in this business around $80K+ per year. And you will need at least 2 developers, 1 DBA, 1 graphic designer, 1 copy editor, 1 network/system specialist, 1 add work specialist, to lead this band of throat cutters you will need IT guy in position like manager/CTO with salary at least $150K.
    4. Where is office be located
    5. How many developers (software, network, database, graphic designers etc) do you need to start this business

    When you have answers on those questions let me know and I will give you list of equipment depending on your answers.
    Last edited by alexsts; 06-08-2012 at 10:37 AM.

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    One more detail, do not mind postings by wh666-666.
    He comes from open source development and glass is full empty type of a guy.

    If you do not have a dream why are you here and a live? Without people trying to realize they dream where would we all be? Moon, stars, bottom of the ocean would still be untouched by the human been (not sure that it would be a bad things but yet that is not the point here)?
    Yes, there is no 100% guaranties that you team will succeed but how would you know if you do not try?
    GE, NASA, APPLE was build by people who had a dreams and have no clue or just disregard that they doing something which should not be done...
    God did not give us wings and yet we are flying...
    Last edited by alexsts; 06-08-2012 at 10:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexsts View Post
    One more detail, do not mind postings by wh666-666.
    And I don't mind postings from others





    Quote Originally Posted by alexsts View Post
    He comes from open source development and glass is full empty type of a guy.
    Hahaha it's funny what you've presumed about me, the opposite is actually nearer the truth.





    Quote Originally Posted by alexsts View Post
    If you do not have a dream why are you here and a live? Without people trying to realize they dream where would we all be? Moon, stars, bottom of the ocean would still be untouched by the human been (not sure that it would be a bad things but yet that is not the point here)?
    This is not the field of dreams. It isn't a movie set. This is life, deal with reality please.

    There is a difference between dreams and reality. Let me put this to you another way. I will start this assumption by thinking neither you or I have any skydiving experience? Maybe you have jumped out of perfectly healthy planes, maybe that's your style? However most of us have not >>

    The OP wanting to set up a web development company, when they have zero experience in a crowded and very competitive sector, filled with clients whom are unrealistic morons is suicidal. It is as suicidal as myself deciding to set up a skydiving company. I have no idea what equipment is needed and even how to do it safely.

    Thinking what if someone dies and I get thrown in prison is a real possibility. I used the example of restaurants as I have experience in the catering sector. That is why I stated nearly all restaurants that open, swallow vast investment and then close a few months later going broke, are set up by novices.

    Once again, to make it clear to any idiots out there, no one is asking you to forget about your life ambitions. However if you have no experience in a sector, you have no right whatsoever to set up a business in that field. Trying to advise someone to do so, just makes that person a blithering idiot with no handle on reality.





    Quote Originally Posted by alexsts View Post
    Yes, there is no 100% guaranties that you team will succeed but how would you know if you do not try?
    You know because a little research in the sector, will tell you all you need to know. Stop giving people terrible advise, you're behaving worse than a lawyer!





    Quote Originally Posted by alexsts View Post
    GE, NASA, APPLE was build by people who had a dreams and have no clue or just disregard that they doing something which should not be done...
    Really? Are you this stupid? This isn't an insult, but I can't believe anyone can truly be this dimwitted and wrong?

    NASA: Nasa's success in space was only on the race to the moon. The first satellite, the first animal, the first human, the first space station was all done by the Russians. They dedicated the equivalent to billions towards the effort but NASA dedicated a large chunk of the national GDP, billions upon billions over more than a decade. In that time, both sides killed people on the ground and in space, which if done by a private company, would have had the operators locked up in prison or executed. These weren't dream, they were childish penis envy wars, in the turmoil of the cold war, to constantly out do each other and prove dominance, at the cost of crippling entire countries economies, just to show how great they were. It may have had the glory and majestic touch which made us all swoon but financially, it was a nightmare for everyone involved. As for knowledge, they had more knowledge, in one of their skin flakes, than you or I have in computers. The amount of knowledge, from fragmented information from the worlds greatest minds behind missile technology in the second world war and some of the greatest minds our past century has known went in to the effort. It astounds me how you could even suggest NASA was just a dream that was easy to fulfil? Seriously?!!

    Apple: Once again, you are wrong here. Wosniack, Jobs and Gates were highly gifted students and knew more about electronics while they were still in school. Gates and Jobs were ruthless business men as well as gifted individuals. The success of Apple and then MS was on the basis of hundreds of men that would run circles around most people in the sector nowadays, as well as shady business practises going beyond ruthless, other companies like Xerox whom provided the simple interface of the mouse and plenty of other geniuses to even get their OS's off the drawing board. They still had a massive amount of luck, perseverance and skill to make their companies what they are now. I'm thankful none of those minds browse this forum, as this inaccurate example is just vulgar and insulting. They had no dream which a fairy made come true, they worked to the point they almost destroyed their start-up companies, surrounded by the best resources of the day, to make their companies what they are now.

    GE: If this weren't so pitiful, it would be hilarious! Thomas Edison, a household name and one of the greatest scientists (debatable) that ever lived in history founded the company. However they were still threatened by Tesla, whose knowledge funnily enough, is the reason why you have electric in your home, not Edison's knowledge. Edison had a wealth of knowledge and in his bid to make DC the standard, investors spent mammoth amounts, conducted smear campaigns and back handers to make AC worthless. Tesla even though, we should all be kissing his feet, died a pathetic and broken man. He had knowledge sophisticated enough, that we use now and backing but he still is a minor name to Edison. Am I getting through to you how wrong you are and how much it takes to be successful?





    Quote Originally Posted by alexsts View Post
    God did not give us wings and yet we are flying...
    Why are you bringing religion in to a field that is not based on groundings of faith or stature but of knowledge and compliance in a real world application? I have never read such a ridiculous post.




    OP, if you're out there, please don't even contemplate what these demons, like the one above has said. Someone pushing you towards failure, is no friend.
    99 little bugs in the code, 99 bugs in the code, fix one bug, compile it again ... 101 little bugs in the code

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