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Old 02 Nov 2010, 06:00
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Thumbs up Where do find Vbulletin coders / developers ?

Hi.
We have lot of customization work and new development work for our various site(s).
Where can we find vbulletin coders / developers ?
I have already made few paid requests, but got only a few responses.

If someone can guide me to right direction will be of great help.

Thank You.
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Old 03 Nov 2010, 16:07
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On vBulletin.org the only place for paid work is in the Paid Requests forum.

There might be other website, some not vBulletin specific, where you can post such requests.
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Old 03 Nov 2010, 16:29
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Might try searching on Google as well.
There are several freelance since that are swarming with programmers looking for work.
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Old 05 Nov 2010, 14:34
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I happen to need some paid help too regarding my vB forum, having serious issues with it. I do need a very good coder who has experience with vBulletin to help me out. Any help pointing me in the right direction would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 12 Nov 2010, 00:24
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I recommend posting on the Paid Request forums as well - but be as descriptive and serious as possible. The more details you write about the job being offered, the higher your chances of attracting one of the good developers.
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Old 13 Nov 2010, 09:14
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Everytime I post on the paid request forum I either get NO replies or someone replies who ends up wasting my time by making promises and never coming through with anything. It seems like the only "programmers" who read that forum are people looking to make 10 bucks installing a mod or upgrading some n00bs forum.
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Old 13 Nov 2010, 15:56
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actually, the real coders like me are trying to avoid 10 bucks "big money" contracts that are usually spoiled by a guy who steal our work or simply vanish without paying. Guys with competences are the ones that do not advertise their ability to do any 10 bucks contracts, because they have a reputation to keep...

most of the time, when you have no answer for your paid requests, it is because you do not show your budget and real details of your request. ... showing a serious budget is not only a way to tease scammers, but also to show the real coders that you are serious and you know the value of the work to be done...

i've seen so many times paid job at 10$ when there was 50 hours of work to be done... people just want to spare some cash, but they do not know what is involved...
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Old 13 Nov 2010, 16:38
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Originally Posted by vbenhancer View Post
actually, the real coders like me are trying to avoid 10 bucks "big money" contracts that are usually spoiled by a guy who steal our work or simply vanish without paying. Guys with competences are the ones that do not advertise their ability to do any 10 bucks contracts, because they have a reputation to keep...

most of the time, when you have no answer for your paid requests, it is because you do not show your budget and real details of your request. ... showing a serious budget is not only a way to tease scammers, but also to show the real coders that you are serious and you know the value of the work to be done...

i've seen so many times paid job at 10$ when there was 50 hours of work to be done... people just want to spare some cash, but they do not know what is involved...
Amen. Exactly the same here.
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Old 13 Nov 2010, 16:39
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Maybe you could try vbhackers
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Old 13 Nov 2010, 19:44
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I thought that site died a long time ago.
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Old 13 Nov 2010, 19:49
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vbhacker.com died... vbhackers.com is reviving from time to time...
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Old 15 Nov 2010, 14:04
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Originally Posted by vbenhancer View Post
actually, the real coders like me are trying to avoid 10 bucks "big money" contracts that are usually spoiled by a guy who steal our work or simply vanish without paying. Guys with competences are the ones that do not advertise their ability to do any 10 bucks contracts, because they have a reputation to keep...

most of the time, when you have no answer for your paid requests, it is because you do not show your budget and real details of your request. ... showing a serious budget is not only a way to tease scammers, but also to show the real coders that you are serious and you know the value of the work to be done...

i've seen so many times paid job at 10$ when there was 50 hours of work to be done... people just want to spare some cash, but they do not know what is involved...
Couldnt Agree more , i had some people approach me to design and code a vB template for 100$ ...... its sad .. some kids just want to get Call of duty.... they are killing the market , but.. well , their work wouldn't be that which you would expect from a reputable designer/coder..
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Old 15 Nov 2010, 21:48
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reputable is a good name when we talk about you, X...

at least for your new jawbreaking design!

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Old 16 Nov 2010, 00:22
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Originally Posted by vbenhancer View Post
actually, the real coders like me are trying to avoid 10 bucks "big money" contracts that are usually spoiled by a guy who steal our work or simply vanish without paying. Guys with competences are the ones that do not advertise their ability to do any 10 bucks contracts, because they have a reputation to keep...

most of the time, when you have no answer for your paid requests, it is because you do not show your budget and real details of your request. ... showing a serious budget is not only a way to tease scammers, but also to show the real coders that you are serious and you know the value of the work to be done...

i've seen so many times paid job at 10$ when there was 50 hours of work to be done... people just want to spare some cash, but they do not know what is involved...
Ditto that
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Old 16 Nov 2010, 23:55
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reputable is a good name when we talk about you, X...

at least for your new jawbreaking design!

lol
haha thanks , well .. we need to climb up in order to get such reputation , well that design was a monster to tackle , but im sure you like it.
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