Web and mobile app developers wanted

Web and mobile app developers wanted for ‘grand experiment’ using Linkedin, Github and Stackoverflow API.

  • Must be a specialize (no need to be expert) in either AngularJS (Javascript), Android (Java) or iOS (ObjC and Swift) app development (Added advantage if you are specialize at least 2 platforms)
  • At least build 1-2 apps before
  • MUST have Github (min 2 meaningful commits) and Stackoverflow (min 50 reputations) accounts.
  • MUST have freelance bloodline.
  • Year of experiences ? I don’t bother as long you can deliver it
  • Experience in building complex graphical user interface targets different device resolution
  • Familiar with RESTful JSON API integration (Parse, Linkedin, Github and Stackoverflow API)
  • 3 freelance positions

Payment: Will discuss more details after requirements given.

Nightmare Clients

Difficult clients are a fact of freelance life. Luckily forewarned is forearmed. Here are four hazards to watch out for and how to avoid them.

clients from hell

clients from hell

Non-Payment

This happens more often than you expect. It isn’t enough to agree that you will get paid at the end of a project. To protect yourself completely, ask for a deposit up front – ideally 50 percent of the overall fee, then draw up a comprehensive contract that sets out a schedule payment and defines the scope and length of the job.

Late Cancellations

Don’t be blinded by the prospect  of an exciting new project. If you keep your schedule clear for work that hasn’t actually been confirmed by the client with a written contract, you could end up out of work and hugely out of pocket if the project falls through. Always make sure you have a signed contract before getting carried away.

Differing Ideas

It’s so easy to conduct all your business by phone or email, but makes it harder to suss out new clients. Set up a face to face meeting before you start the work and you will get a better feel for their expectations and modus operandi and hear any warning bells much earlier on.

The Terrible Client

You now them, there are the ones who call at all hours to make endless revisions. Make sure your contract (signed before starting works) states how many revisions you are prepared to make before you will start charging for extras. And don’t be afraid to explain your working hours if you feel a client is taking advantage of your work ethic.

http://clientsfromhell.net/

Web & Apps Promo

Hi everyone. My partner nadia just gave me a poster about our services. We provide some sort of services for web and mobile apps development . So far right now we are focusing on mobile apps development because many clients ask us and demands are too high. So don’t hesitate to contact us if you interested to hire us.

Our portfolio:

Nadia: http://my.linkedin.com/in/nurulnadia/

Nurdin: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/mohammad-nurdin/57/290/692

web and apps promo

web and apps promo