Is it possible to find a frontend guru-a with whom you can consult on various issues or is it a crazy idea?

I'm probably more of a coder typebytes, to frameworks like angular, react, etc. is not reached (was not necessary, stuck on the galleys).
Live in the country, even to talk about the web really no one.
I'm no beginner (about 5 years freelancing) and I would like to know how to make their projects to other people who have a lot of experience in developing websites, working in a team/office who have personally tried a bunch of tools, software and other.
Here's a thought is it possible to find real pros in the front which is not strained to advise/communicate on some common themes?
Type: "how and what better to collect the frontend", "use a particular preprocessor" etc.
June 10th 19 at 15:25
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June 10th 19 at 15:27
Usually people love to help, but are very fond of pointing to where others are wrong.
So if you have the desire to learn how people use some technology (say A), instead of "how can I please You?" write "I tried so, But I have not logged in, so A - garbage"
June 10th 19 at 15:29
This kind of meeting in the joint cooperation may arise. But just purely for advice will think it is difficult (or even possible) to find any "guru" just "chat".

I live in Berlin, then probably the most dynamic Web-Dev-scene in Europe, but I basically do not someone with the experience to "consult". I've been here on many meetups (meetup.com) on the themes Vue.js, Symfony and WordPress and talked with some professionals, but the sense from these conversations was little, except that usually eat for free at the Berlin meetups can be very good, as they are often funded by companies that are looking for professionals, but even me as a vegan-raw foodists do not interested.

So I just learn alone but with the help of good books and tutorials (udemy.com, skillshare.com, lynda.com) and work in peace. Still my concept is not bad worked.

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