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JoOWiTHaU
post Feb 24 2007, 10:15 PM
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What's up everyone.

I'm a 20-year old part-time freelance webdesigner from Atlanta. Short and sweet, I'm looking for a programmer to split my work (and profit of course) with, to maximize efficiency. Programmer must be an expert in HTML, JavaScript, ActionScript and PHP. Any other knowledge of web languages is definitely a plus, but I'll mainly be dealing with those. I generally charge my clients around the $1,000 mark per website project, and I'd be willing to pay the programmer up to 40% of the total. Now, that depends on how much of your work was involved, but it's negotiable.

Send me an e-mail directly - chris@chrisjuonline.com if you're interested and we can work out details. I need someone who's reliable and can begin working immediately. I have several jobs lined up!

Thanks!

Chris

PS. I would link you to my website, www.chrisjuonline.com, but I haven't had the time to re-design the layout yet!
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Emily
post Dec 29 2009, 12:27 PM
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Hi Chris! Wow, you really prepared for this, huh? I mean, youíre really going to pay a programmer you just found online that much? Iím a programmer myself but Iíve got my hands full at the moment. Hey, why donít you try http://www.hire-programmer.com/? I heard that they have a good batch of programmers there. I would like to help you myself, but Iím really way over my head with the one Iím currently on. Anyway, hope this helps! 
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