Fix your website code in 6 minutes flat (even if you have no idea how to code)

I’ve tested hundreds of products for this Toolbox section, but this site I recently discovered has officially cracked my top 5 favorite products.


March 27, 2018

I’ve tested hundreds of products for this Toolbox section, but this site I recently discovered has officially cracked my top 5 favorite products.

Here’s why:

Three weeks ago at 9pm I needed to make a few changes to the Hustle Con site. Unfortunately, our developers were sleeping… and I have no idea how to code.

After some Googling, I found Codementor, a site that immediately connected me with a real person who fixed my site in real time.

It was literally 6 minutes from Googling to signing up to talking with someone on video chat, then sharing my screen with a programmer who made the changes I needed on the site.

The difference between Codementor, and say, Upwork, is speed. Within minutes of posting my job I was talking with Ioan from Romania. He spoke great English and it took only one explanation for him to understand exactly what I needed.

But here’s the downside: Unlike Upwork, Codementor isn’t where you’ll find a $15-an-hour programmer. Prices range from $90 to $150 an hour and you’re charged every 15 minutes.

I paid for speed and quality and loved it.

Have you used Codementor before? Have a favorite resource that helps make technical projects super easy?

Let me know in the comments!

— Sam, CEO of The Hustle

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