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    Post I need a developer!

    I'm the director of a very small IT development company and am looking for a person to join us for some asp.net development work on contract, possibly part time. I've been unhappy with the agencies I've used in the past and am looking for an alternative way to source someone and/or some recommendations of agencies from an employers perspective.
    Any help gratefully received!

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    Good luck in your quest Keith.

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    Dear KeithB,

    Could you please share the location and an email address?


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    No he couldn't but I will ask admin to give him PM rights.

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    I've got time on my hands and have dabbled in asp.net - but my CV is quite long in many things. I could help out on a remote basis. By "remote" I'm in the North West.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cojak View Post
    No he couldn't but I will ask admin to give him PM rights.
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    I can code in .NET though I can write applications in classic ASP superfast if you are looking for efficiency. Having said all that, my contracts to date have all been in SQL and Business Intelligence. Let me know if your interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithB View Post
    I'm the director of a very small IT development company and am looking for a person to join us for some asp.net development work on contract, possibly part time. I've been unhappy with the agencies I've used in the past and am looking for an alternative way to source someone and/or some recommendations of agencies from an employers perspective.
    Any help gratefully received!
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