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  1. Find babysitters, nannies, childcare, and home senior care.

    Any leads for a great nanny and average cost?? about about 6 hours ago

    I know it sounds basic, but try the paid program on for a month. We've had best luck there.
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  3. Sitter radically simplifies how parents book, pay and find babysitters.

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    I cant be a parent anymore about about 2 months ago:

    For finding a sitter, I've had good luck using ( I liked it better than I think the first month is free, then $30/mo after that. But that first month should be enough time to find a sitter you can use.
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    Why Zum moved from JavaScript to TypeScript about 9 months ago

    Zum is a great example of a typical Silicon Valley startup. The company began with a bold vision and created a working product within a very short time and raised $5.5M Series A from Sequoia in 2017, then $19M in 2018, and $40M in 2019. All this time, execution speed was an integral part of the force pushing the company to new heights. We realized early that building new features co-exists with the constant...
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  9. Building tech is slow and expensive. Bubble is the most powerful no-code platform for creating digital products.

    Let me review your code! about 3 days ago

    I'm in the process of making the leap from "no code" developer ( power user) to actual software developer, and feedback from a pro would be invaluable.