no money to offer freelancers? I was under the impression that all these amazingly insightful and compelling comments i've been making for the last 2 years would lead to an offer to write P/T for 10-30k per year. so, am i wrong here then? [now sadly navagating to monster.com.....]
Calling Michigan CSE Students
Are you an upper-level Michigan computer engineer/scientist in a semester project course?
Are you fumbling around for some stupid idea like the "Kentucky Fried Organizationalyzer"*?
Do you know PHP, MySQL, and jQuery, or can you get the hang of them?
Do you want to have a live demo of your rockin' coding skills on the internet and, more importantly, your resume?
Do you like MGoBlog?
If so, drop me an email. I've got project ideas aplenty, no money to offer freelancers, and no time to execute them myself. I'll work with you and your professor in a live-fire software engineering situation, list your names prominently on any finished product, and write you a killer recommendation letter if you need one.
*(This was my actual term project for Software Engineering 481. My portion of the project was written in Visual J++, which was sued out of existence two months later.)
...and can I get some sharks with frickin' LASERs?
Bring us the Kentucky Fried Organizationalyzer! For serious, I want to see what its all about. The name is just too good.
I don't even remember what it did. I was just a scheduler with a dumb name.
sounds like something one comes up with when addled with the very same meds The New Math found so delightful
Maybe your cash flow problem is a result from badly targeted advertising. This doesn't seem like the right demographic for SoapNet.com's "20 free bags in 20 days" promotion that for some reason sticks to the center of my screen.
but like Tacopants said, the ads are a bit bizzare. Also, the site doesn't diplay correctly on IE6 (I have to use that at work, sadly) - the first post starts after about two pages of blank screen. Looks good at home on Firefox 3.