Last post May 09, 2011 01:12 AM by Stephen Baer
May 09, 2011 01:12 AM|Stephen Baer|LINK
I am a moderately skilled, self-taught Access Developer, who has done mostly in-house work. I have come to the conclusion that one of my bigger past projects is a good candidate for both a hosted and standalone application for the industry I'm in, non-profit.
The SQL Server backend needs a little redesign, but mostly its the presentation that needs help. Access is great for easy, rapid development and deployment, but it just doesn't quite cut it as a deployable or hosted solution. I've been trying to teach myself
.net, but alas, I'm just not a professional developer. Are you?!
If you "gotz skillz", have references, can show me some examples of your work, and have the work ethic and professionalism of a forty-year-old, rather than that of a twelve-year-old, please contact me. If you are
actually 12, and a prodigy, I might make allowances; I'm a pretty flexible guy (but your paycheck is going into your college fund, sorry). A brief overview of the project is as follows:
Ok, maybe not so brief, but it's a complex project. We can work out hourly rates (headhunters/agencies ok, too), flat quotes, and I'm open to silent partner/ownership stakes/royalty agreements, too, if you would like residuals/backend income. Telecommuting
Ok, but if it's billable hours, there will have to be some verification process. Local to Los Angeles area is better. Offshore is fine for initial build, but since the client information is VERY confidential, there won't be any chance for work offshore once
it goes live. I simply can't afford the liability. For me to consider an ongoing post-release relationship, you'll have to get a LiveScan, just like a teacher/childcare worker.
I hope thebots can't cope with this prigiotech<remove>nospam</remove>@gmail.com