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  1. Thanks for the reply, John. At this time I am not looking for Minecraft devs- the project is basically for a database and website for a customer (business) of mine. Thanks again!
  2. Thanks for the idea, I will check there. Good some contacts from my previous software development job- can't believe I didn't think about that! So far: Guru.com LinkedIn.com Any others?
  3. Hello all, I am looking for a software developer(s) for a project. What are some good places to look? I have heard of guru.com but have never contracted anyone through there. Why am I asking on here? Because I have seen a lot of good developers working on Forge and making Minecraft a much better experience IMO and figure someone(s) on here might want to work on this and make money of course! This is the blurb I have been working on (think I should add/remove something?): ----- I have a customer that has an Access database that they want to do more with and then move on from. This will be a multiphase project: Phase 0. (ASAP) Determine if current project is feasible. Phase 1. (1 month?) Add ability for customer to route jobs based on distance from zip-code (nationwide USA) utilizing the current Access DB. Phase 2. (1 year?) Move from Access DB to something multi-user and web modifiable. I am thinking LAMP based. Phase 2a. Enable routing by driving distance not just radius. Phase 3. (1-5+ years?) International, more robust, fault-tolerant, and enterprise. Could still be LAMP but with more hardware and support personnel. So, looks like I am looking for a software developer(s) that is(are) comfortable with updating an Access DB and later converting to a LAMP-based multi-user web-accessible/modifiable DB. I could do it with different developer(s) per phase but unless Phase 1 isn't feasible I am not looking to bypass it. The software developer(s) will do that all-important and fun design and programming portion but will also have input in the: 1. Infrastructure (software repository, hosting, maintenance, etc.) 2. Program management (goals, timelines, etc.) 3. Configuration management (versioning, pulls for official testing/delivery, etc.) 4. Testing (test cases, manual testing, etc.) 5. Documentation Management (doc creation, updating, etc.) Pay will be commensurate with *ability*: we're talking real pay rate that is above board (taxed, contracted, etc.). Can be hourly, portion, or job. Can be individual, individuals, team or company. I am platform and tool agnostic but do prefer OSS to closed;I do appreciate .NET and C# though. Agile software development but not a slave to it. ----- Thanks!
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