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How to get a partner


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jrew

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Hello, I am new to this forum. Anyway me and my best friend started working on a email hosting website. He was the programer and i was the IT. This was working greatly until he died. I am not going to go to far into the death part but his family forced me to give back the servers and such because he bought them, I have a vary fast internet connection have the means of purchasing new ones. My question is simple. Where do I find a person who I can trust to program and be a nember of the project again?
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Well i don't have enough experience in this Kind of situation,but i will tell some of the thing i know
it's best have Friends and Close relative to Help you or to work with you, why first they are more trusted than the stranger you met in some forum, always can reach them in a Real world + the Face2Face Meetings that has been proven
to be more sufficient than Online meetings.

This is my POV wait for others to replay.
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EddyP

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Yes, definitely put people who you trust in those positions.
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abhnav

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If you have some ideas about programming then you can call peoples for interview you can ask them about their previous experience , by this you can select perfect partner for your work.
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you should read up on liars body language and eye movements whence interviewing your candidates! setting up traps -to test loyalty no one should be trusted and never rely on anyone generally even married partners shaft-just go in with ya eyes open and contingency planning
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