Job for experienced Java programmer

Discussion in 'Java' started by Trax, Apr 25, 2006.

  1. Trax

    Trax Guest

    People I wish not bother, but I realy need good Java programmer for Linux...
    it can be interesting for someone here

    In need experienced Java coder... my actual coder is dissapear and I am over
    dedaline. I am looking for coder from Ukraine, Russia, East Europe, Inda
    (countroes where are not so high salaries, because I live in these
    countries). This bid is not high fee ($200), but I prefer long term work and
    I'll open new job next month for next $200 by rentacoder.. I am looking for
    someone who can work long term on adding new features on same project.

    Project have 5 general points to be done:
    1. calculation scheme (it is 50% of job in fact.. in fact it is calucator
    what rotate numbers like

    2 3 6 9
    4 6 8 0
    2 7 8 9

    and every number is connected with image in fact: 1 as 1.png, 3 as 3.png
    etc. on that way client visualy see result.. but calculation must be smart
    that know when and how much money pay out!

    2. 3 graphic skins /I have all graphics/ with up-down-over buttons where
    images rotate (download http://www.888.com/ game, and run Video slots
    game..it we'll help you)
    3. 2 control panels: 1 simple for add money 2nd few colums what count money
    and what wrote results on USB stick
    4. LPT navigation: all signals go through LPT (you must use my existing LPT
    pins)
    5. USB stick: one part of game is on USB stick, because next: casino games
    are not fully legal here on caffees (but everyone use it), because this one
    part, one file or something must be on USB stick. If I remove USB stick than
    jukebox mean: I can not see game! I can not put whole game on USB, because
    someone can stole game, simple remove 256MB USB stick from jukebox.. because
    this one part og game must be on hard disk and one on USB..

    pls contact me on
    Trax, Apr 25, 2006
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  2. Trax wrote:

    > In need experienced Java coder... my actual coder is dissapear and I am
    > over dedaline. I am looking for coder from Ukraine, Russia, East Europe,
    > Inda (countroes where are not so high salaries, because I live in these
    > countries). This bid is not high fee ($200)
    >

    With what your paying no wonder "he dissapear"
    John N. Alegre, Apr 25, 2006
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  3. Trax

    Trax Guest

    "John N. Alegre" <> wrote in message
    news:444e1578$0$717$...
    > Trax wrote:
    >
    >> In need experienced Java coder... my actual coder is dissapear and I am
    >> over dedaline. I am looking for coder from Ukraine, Russia, East Europe,
    >> Inda (countroes where are not so high salaries, because I live in these
    >> countries). This bid is not high fee ($200)
    >>

    > With what your paying no wonder "he dissapear"
    >

    RE: "he dissapear" mean he work, deadline come, he say, "I'll do it" and
    after taht "dissapear".. no code and no programmer :)
    only I have my mad client
    Trax, Apr 25, 2006
    #3
  4. Trax wrote:
    > People I wish not bother, but I realy need good Java programmer for Linux...
    > it can be interesting for someone here
    >
    > In need experienced Java coder... my actual coder is dissapear and I am over
    > dedaline. I am looking for coder from Ukraine, Russia, East Europe, Inda
    > (countroes where are not so high salaries, because I live in these
    > countries). This bid is not high fee ($200), but I prefer long term work and
    > I'll open new job next month for next $200 by rentacoder.. I am looking for
    > someone who can work long term on adding new features on same project.


    Why should an experienced programmer want to work for an unexperienced
    project leader?
    By the way: Project leading includes skills like paying enough for your
    programmers so they won't leave before the dead-line.

    --
    "Thomas:Fritsch$ops:de".replace(':','.').replace('$','@')
    Thomas Fritsch, Apr 25, 2006
    #4
  5. Trax

    Alex Hunsley Guest

    Trax wrote:
    > "John N. Alegre" <> wrote in message
    > news:444e1578$0$717$...
    >> Trax wrote:
    >>
    >>> In need experienced Java coder... my actual coder is dissapear and I am
    >>> over dedaline. I am looking for coder from Ukraine, Russia, East Europe,
    >>> Inda (countroes where are not so high salaries, because I live in these
    >>> countries). This bid is not high fee ($200)
    >>>

    >> With what your paying no wonder "he dissapear"
    >>

    > RE: "he dissapear" mean he work, deadline come, he say, "I'll do it" and
    > after taht "dissapear".. no code and no programmer :)
    > only I have my mad client


    Ever heard of the saying: "Pay peanuts, get monkeys"?
    Alex Hunsley, Apr 25, 2006
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  6. Trax

    Trax Guest

    "Thomas Fritsch" wrote in message news:...
    > Trax wrote:
    > > People I wish not bother, but I realy need good Java programmer for
    > > Linux... it can be interesting for someone here In need experienced Java
    > > coder... my actual coder is dissapear and I am over dedaline. I am
    > > looking for coder from Ukraine, Russia, East Europe, Inda (countroes
    > > where are not so high salaries, because I live in these countries). This
    > > bid is not high fee ($200), but I prefer long term work and I'll open
    > > new job next month for next $200 by rentacoder.. I am looking for
    > > someone who can work long term on adding new features on same project.

    >
    > Why should an experienced programmer want to work for an unexperienced
    > project leader?

    RE: I have 7 years small IT company


    > By the way: Project leading includes skills like paying enough for your
    > programmers so they won't leave before the dead-line.


    RE: $200 in India is very high salary for one month job!
    Trax, Apr 25, 2006
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  7. Trax

    chris brat Guest

    Sounds like a varsity project...
    chris brat, Apr 25, 2006
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