Writing this article, I must confess, was very challenging.
Not because the content is difficult to write about—be assured, it isn’t—but because it involves scrolling through Reddit to find the best posts, comments, and subreddits regarding freelance developing. Have you ever found yourself endlessly scrolling through Reddit?
Well—somehow I accomplished finishing this article despite the distractions on Reddit. A short summary of the three best and most general posts about freelance developing in Reddit:
- Being a freelance web developer
- The Complete Freelance Web Developer Guide: How to Make Money Through Freelance Programming Jobs
- Web Design: Only started in Jan this year, making over $10,000 consistently every month. Lots of lessons… AMA
Do you search for something more specific? Have a look at the table of contents and click on the topic that interests you most!
IF YOU CLICK ON ANY REDDIT SCREENSHOT, IT’LL OPEN THE POST IN A NEW TAB!
[Top 3] Freelance Developer Salary Reddit
[Top 3] Freelance Software Developer Reddit
[Top 3] Freelance iOS Developer Reddit
[Top 3] Freelance Back-End Developer Reddit
[Top 3] Freelance Front-End Developer Reddit
[Top 3] Freelance WordPress Developer Reddit
[Top 3] Freelance Game Developer Reddit
[Top 3] Freelance Python Developer Reddit
[Top 3] Freelance Android Developer Reddit
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