Trade website work for instrument?

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Trade website work for instrument?

Postby Jesse Matty » Sat May 05, 2018 2:05 pm

I was wondering if anyone here would be wiling to barter one their instruments for custom website design work? I'm trying to build a portfolio of nice work to help land a developer job and figured some luthier might need a website build and /or work done their current one would be willing barter for one of their instruments. I know HTML / CSS / Java / JavaScript / MYSQL / SPRING/ JS.react I can play and would be willing to trade for any stringed instrument other than violins. Here is java desktop app I built that will show you how to make a given chord on any given instrument will show scales and arpeggios. https://www.dropbox.com/s/7leu6oa8ujn31 ... s.jar?dl=0 the source is here https://github.com/macmanmatty/guitar-chords
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Re: Trade website work for instrument?

Postby Simon Magennis » Sat May 05, 2018 2:30 pm

A link to some websites you created would be interesting.
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Re: Trade website work for instrument?

Postby Jesse Matty » Sat May 05, 2018 3:00 pm

I have not created any websites that are still being hosted sadly. All the business owners I have done work for went under and quit paying have their sites hosted (that doesn't sound good I know) . I am mainly trying to be a software developer however. Hence the java app I wrote and I am working on few other java/ android apps. But having a few websites in my portfolio can't hurt either. I just figured websites are expensive and so are handmade instruments so maybe some luither who doesn't want to spend the money or the time a making / having website made would be willing to trade on of their instruments for one.
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