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I'm sooo dumb..!

Senpai

Formerly RamzanHD
#1
I'm soo dumb why didn't I get Xenforo long time ago and learned how to code now I could of been developing addons making my website something really special dayaaam ..! Now I have to pay for everything and there's hardly any tutorials it soo sucks being a NOOB
... You developers out there are soo lucky I mean really lucky you guys can achieve what ever you want.

In 2012 I had the chance to buy Xenforo and guess what I bought ..?
A ****ty PS3 and started getting addicted to it ...


If I bought a domain and hosting in 2012 by now I could of hit big who knows ..!
 

Mr Lucky

Well-known member
#2
... You developers out there are soo lucky I mean really lucky you guys can achieve what ever you want.

In 2012 I had the chance to buy Xenforo and guess what I bought ..?
A ****ty PS3 and started getting addicted to it ...


If I bought a domain and hosting in 2012 by now I could of hit big who knows ..!
That was only four years ago. Start learning to code now and you could hit it big by 2020
 

PaulK

Active member
#3
If I bought a domain and hosting in 2012 by now I could of hit big who knows ..!
What do you consider to be "big"?

I'm sure a lot of a developer's time goes to offering support for their products. I don't think too many people have the patience that's required for offering decent support. I would have to make a lot just to keep my patience :p.
 

Senpai

Formerly RamzanHD
#4
What do you consider to be "big"?

I'm sure a lot of a developer's time goes to offering support for their products. I don't think too many people have the patience that's required for offering decent support. I would have to make a lot just to keep my patience :p.
it really takes time i only know html and bit of css
 

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
#12
ahh 20 years ago was there even proper computers
20 years ago (actually a little more - I had a 3 node BBS on OS/2 in the late early 90's)... and it was MUCH more expensive then to run a BBS than it is a web site now. Each modem was around $800-900 USD each (USR SysOp price), the computer ran $4200 and the 3 additional lines were around $30 a month (since they were rollover lines).
 

Senpai

Formerly RamzanHD
#13
20 years ago (actually a little more - I had a 3 node BBS on OS/2 in the late early 90's)... and it was MUCH more expensive then to run a BBS than it is a web site now. Each modem was around $800-900 USD each (USR SysOp price), the computer ran $4200 and the 3 additional lines were around $30 a month (since they were rollover lines).
tha must of been good :)