Programming partnership wanted
jcoates at archive.org
Tue Mar 29 16:46:58 MST 2005
>I hate to say this in a non-religious forum, but I prefer members of the
nice lawsuit bait. you should know better than to post something like that
in a public forum. not only is it offensive, but it puts your company at
just trying to help out. ;-)
From: plug-bounces at plug.org [mailto:plug-bounces at plug.org]On Behalf Of
eChazen Internet Solutions
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 4:30 PM
To: Provo Linux Users Group Mailing List
Subject: Re: Programming partnership wanted
from Josh Coates
the industry is already getting pulled down. echazen, all - i'm sure you
are familiar with rentacoder.com? take a look and weep. that's what the
future of our industry is.
echazen is just trying to capitalize on this trend (nothing wrong with that,
if that's your cup of tea..)
There are many more than just renta-coder. Ever hear of scriptlance.com,
e-lance.com, guru.com? Been there, done that.
Contrary to what many believe, most of the clients I work with tell me that
1. Have worked with overseas developers and had bad experiences
2. Prefer to stay with US developers to help the economy
I, myself, have used overseas developers and have mixed feelings about the
experiences. I'm a BYU grad and was in Provo for four years. I know that
most of you guys aren't getting paid what you're worth. You would if you
would move out of the beehive state.
I have Indian and eastern-european programming contacts that are dirt cheap.
But I want someone here in the U.S., and, even more importantly, someone I
can rely on. I hate to say this in a non-religious forum, but I prefer
members of the church. This is why I'm coming to you folks. You don't have
to take the offer. I'm not forcing it on anyone. I'm providing a
self-employed programmer or group of programmers an opportunity for growth
and steady work.
The pay will only get better.
Owner ZenCartSkins.com and eChazen.com
jason at echazen.com
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