Coding with Jesse

Wanted: Ajax Developers

April 18th, 2007

I'm starting to get really swamped with work, and it's about time I started looking for some great talent to help me out with cool projects like FlickrCash.

Here's what I need you to be:

  • You're a self-employed individual (no teams or agencies, please).
  • You're freelancing full-time (at least 20 hours per week).
  • You are an expert in JavaScript, Ajax, CSS and XHTML.
  • You're always doing your best to produce work that is valid, accessible, and uses JavaScript unobtrusively.
  • You're at least familiar with jQuery. (You don't have to be an expert because jQuery is easy to learn.)
  • You're very experienced programming on the server side, especially with PHP and MySQL. Ruby on Rails experience is helpful too.

If this sounds like you, drop me a line and let me know. Please give some details like where you live, how long you've been freelancing, what kinds of projects you like to work on the most, what your hourly rate is, etc. I'll be in London for the next week but I'll email everyone back as soon as I can. Thanks!


Comments

1 . Brent on April 18th, 2007

Brent

I am afraid I meet none of those requirements. But that isn't the reason I posted.

Unrelated to the post, but nice site you have here! I'm beginning a "Link of the Day" feature on my site, and I need sites lined up to be link of the day. I think I might use yours on Friday, if that's okay with you. (Congrats!)

2 . lewis on April 18th, 2007

lewis

lucky for some! i wish i filled the criteria. working with jesse would be an honour by my book - very talented man.

have a good time in london mate and cheers for the feedback :)

3 . George Morris on May 4th, 2007

George Morris

Personally we've had an impossible time finding this sort of developer. I wish you all the luck!

4 . Dave Hastings on May 7th, 2007

Dave Hastings

Hmm, I fit this criteria, i generaly do Perl rather than php however. Any ways, ITS ME DAVE, from The Ajax Experience and i got the link to your blog from the IBM tutorial, keep in touch man, and if i ever get tired of the 9-5, ill let you know :)

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