gong tji wrote:It’s Here to Save It for a Rainy Day
Campbell Ritchie wrote:That is the literal sense of the phrase, but in “save it for a rainy day,” it has a different meaning.
Yes, that is what I always thought, “Save it for a rainy day” meant: creating an emergency reserve. But I always thought “rainy” was metaphorical.
Tim Holloway wrote:. . . an emergency reserve. . . .
gong tji wrote:Does building android app could support me to build my own business?
(if so, once again flutter or kotlin) or do you guys have any recommendation for me what should I learn so that I can build my own business.
Tim Holloway wrote:Note that I'm assuming that in their hubris, that anyone who demanded one would demand both.
Tim Moores wrote:Either they have a different concept of "in-depth" than myself, or simply no idea how intricate mobile platforms have become these days.