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{JV} The Javascript Bot Programmer Think Tank - Learn, Code, $ Profit $

Discussion in 'Joint Ventures' started by The Doctor, May 28, 2017.

  1. The Doctor

    The Doctor Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    Dec 18, 2010
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    Computer Scientist, Engineer, Programmer.
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    If you frequent BHW, you've probably seen me posting about all manner of things, especially programming. I have a ton of bot ideas and the means to sell them. I just don't have the time to make them all. Why? Because making a bot is easy for me. Setting it up for use by tons of people is the hard part. To do that, you have to program a web interface and then integrate that with a subscription system. That's a lot of work but now I have my own framework for it I coded from scratch and that works.

    The problem is that for each bot I make, I have to alter my panel for it. That and I simply have too many bot ideas. These two tasks combined are too much work for one person to keep pumping out at the rate I'd like to. For this reason, I'd like to do a JV with one or more people.

    Skills You Must Have

    • You have to know Javascript (No beginners please).
    • You have to be familiar with Node.
    • Version control such as Mercurial (hg).

    I can take care of the hard part. You might be thinking to yourself "I should just do this myself" and to that I would say: Good luck. Setting up a job queue that scales, user interface, and payment system that all work together is really annoying and takes a good deal of time. Even once you have that you have to keep making different variations of the panel and job queue. There's also something attractive about a think tank of bot coders.

    The Rules

    • All the bots you create using the Think Tank's methodology will then be property of the Think Tank. If you all of the sudden decide to start selling a bot on your own that you obviously made with the help of the group and/or our code, there will be controversy.
    • Half the profits from a bot you code go to you. The other half goes to me. This is a good deal. My job is a lot harder than yours.
    • If you start a bot but don't complete it, you won't be entitled to proceeds.
    • You are responsible for half of any advertising costs (Such as the BHW Marketplace fee).
    • Whenever we decide to start a new bot, we will post what it is in this thread. That way, there's no ambiguity regarding who was involved in what. I'm currently about to release an SEO CTR bot and that has nothing to do with this.
    As many of you may know, I own Infiniproxy. You can see the link to that in my signature. That's a unique resource we will have at our disposal. There are many bots we can make using IPv6 proxies. You will have access to Infiniproxy's IP space for bot programming only.

    I don't know how many people around here are up to this sort of task. At least a few I hope. If you want to do this and you're ready to take this to the next level, reply to this thread letting me know what your skills are and why you think you're a good fit. Not a resume, just a decent description.

    Ready to join the Think Tank?
  2. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

    Mar 10, 2010
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    Linkpushing, A New Era - Now Live!
    As Close to Heaven as One Can Get!
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    JV Approved

    Please note: When you go into partnership with another member, you MUST do your own due diligence. All partners in a venture take full responsibility for the service and for each other's actions in respect to that service. If any member breaks the marketplace rules, all partners will bear the consequences.


    Remember, use your head, don't expect everything to be perfect and plan on working to be successful as almost no business opportunity just pours cash into your hands without some elbow grease.
  3. Naulex

    Naulex Junior Member

    Apr 17, 2017
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    Wow, it seems like you have thought about everything, I like JV like this one were everything is explained BEFORE start.

    I would be interested on joining because as you can see in my journey, I am starting my way as a freelancer developer meanwhile I finish the University. Of course I know Javascript and Node. About that version control, sincerely I don't have used it but I have used others so I think it would be similar. The only thing that stops me to ask you about joining your team is it seems too profesional and maybe you are not looking someone who is starting as freelancer.
  4. uditbhansali

    uditbhansali Regular Member

    Aug 16, 2010
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    Ask your mom
    Shoot me a pm with your Skype. I can help you with reqd skill sets