Hi all. Happy Friday! Hope you’ve had a positive start to 2020 - can’t believe we’re halfway through February.
Thought I’d introduce myself as I’m new to Free Webspace.net. My name is Tom. I live in Dalston, East London.
Just posting as I’m interested to understand more about this forum and the expertise of its members. Essentially, I’d like to offer members of Free Webspace.net free, unlimited hosting for life to better understand the processes used by web developers and designers. Sincerely, I’m not selling anything and offer this without any strings attached. And it comes with top-rate tech support from me and my team.
I’m reasonably new to yet passionate about the tech scene and I’m eager to get stuck in and to learn more about the industry from a close-knit community with your level of expertise. I’m looking to start up a new agency called TitusMedia, which I want to grow into a one-stop full-service digital agency, and I’m conducting a research project to better understand the processes developers and designers go through when creating from start to finish sites, apps, PWA’s, etc.
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Is this something of interest and would you like your own account to have a play? It takes me no more than a few minutes to set up — please ping me a line via email@example.com if you’d like to sign up or have any questions.