Finding a programmer

Discussion in 'Web Design and Hosting' started by UntroddenRd, Oct 9, 2006.

  1. UntroddenRd

    UntroddenRd New Member

    I am so green when it comes to programming. I know of two things I want to do, what I want them to look like, and exactly how I want them to work from a user prospective. I have no idea what experience the person writing the script would need or really anything at all. How should I go about making my ideas a reality? How can I find a programmer? I know I can post the jobs on freelance sites such as scriptlance but is posting it okay when I have no technical knowledge of how to word it??
  2. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    You can go to forums like digitalpoint and webmasterworld, get your doubts clarified (or atleast learn a little), and then post
  3. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Try checking out They are basically a place you can go to get all kinds of projects done when you have a great idea, but not the technical knowledge.
  4. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    You can also check RentaCoder and GetaFreelancer
  5. cyberchick

    cyberchick New Member

    I vouch for Elance and RentACoder myself. They are very efficient and also Elance is getting a bit expensive lately. Just put out your offer and then elect the best bid to do the job.

  6. mrLenin

    mrLenin New Member

    Try getacoder it is new service provider and it is not expensive like elance
  7. RMQ2007

    RMQ2007 New Member

    Quoting: UntroddenRdHow should I go about making my ideas a reality? How can I find a programmer?

    I was in your shoes a couple years ago when I came up with the idea of a college student textbook exchange, which is now pagerank 4 and closing in on that Alexa top 100,000 . It required a huge amount of programming, but I was lucky and met a guy through work who later quit his dayjob, and now runs his web design/hosting company full time.

    The company is They specialize in church websites but they'll build and/or code commercial sites for a reasonable price. I imagine your website would need to be pretty PG rated for them to take you on. I imagine a company with "Christian" in the name wouldn't want to associate with gambling or nekkid people. If it's family friendly they can probably work with you.
  8. cupbucket

    cupbucket New Member

    Go to Elance and find one there
  9. BeAChampion

    BeAChampion Member

    Also try my friend Oki at

    He is a hard worker and is great for creating capture pages and related sites.

    I've always been impressed by him.
  10. Vishal P. Rao

    Vishal P. Rao Administrator Staff Member

    Impressive stuff Tim and the pricing too is competitive. I may hire him sometime!
  11. mihealthcoach

    mihealthcoach New Member

    MiniSite911 looks awesome, I just emailed them. Thanks!

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