It’s different for everyone. I am having the best sales week in months.
Discovering Envato marketplaces was like finding an oasis after wandering alone in the desert for two years. For me, this is true in a vey deeper sense.
Good move. I also think about doing the same. Only in my case I would have to give up my job, my education and make a career switch. A complete social suicide by Indian standards.
Anyways, I wish you the best.
Im planning of buying too! 13 or 15 inch retina??, need suggestion too
Go for 13” if you want portability with good power. For routine jobs like browsing, code editing, XAMPP, FTP, Photo Editor etc … the speed and RAM is enough
Go for 15” if you really need the excess raw power, and can compromise on portability a little bit
Also, the 15” in my country costs $3000 + 13” costs $2000 A bit too expensive for 15”
This was the only apprehension I had before buying it. I don’t regret buying it at all.
Firstly, because it’s retina, you won’t miss out on the screen space, even though the size is small. I worked on a 15.6” VAIO before this, and I really don’t miss the size. To some extent, the retina resolution makes up for the size.
Secondly, the small(er) size makes it very compact and easy to carry around. If portability isn’t a priority, and you intend to use the laptop for processor-heavy stuff, you can go for 15”
Retina MacBook Pro 13” Loving it
If the modifications simply means altering or adding a line or two, I tell them what to change, and where. Sometimes I email them an updated file and ask them to overwrite their file. Bug fixes are free, even if I have to spend 4 hours banging my head against the Mac.
All other modifications are chargeable. But nowadays I try to avoid taking up customization work as it’s time consuming
Don’t ask logical questions but this is funny: A train driver arrested for a murder case. His lawyer speaks with the driver:
Lawyer: You managed to run the train off track. Why did you drive outside the track?
Driver: There was a man standing on the track.
Lawyer: You must be blown horn, right?
Driver: Yes, but still he didn’t move
Lawyer: Then the only way is just driving over him instead of turning the train offtrack, right?
Driver: Yes, I decided to run over him in the last moment
Lawyer: Then why you decided to turn outside the track finally?
Driver: After deciding to run over him, suddenly he moved out from the track…
When you make a commitment, you stick to it