Looking for on site developer in Lancaster, CA. Any suggesti

I am managing a project and need a module developed on site for an
application being developed in Rails on a Linux server. The location
is Lancaster, CA. The project will last 1 to 3 weeks. The pay range
is $65 to $92 per hour and is based on experience with Rails.We would
prefer someone local who can commute but accomodations may be available

for anyone from out of town. Experience is the main criteria and Ruby
Rails references are required. Please email me at
[email protected]

Eric_Alfonso wrote:

I am managing a project and need a module developed on site for an
application being developed in Rails on a Linux server. The location
is Lancaster, CA. The project will last 1 to 3 weeks. The pay range
is $65 to $92 per hour and is based on experience with Rails.We would
prefer someone local who can commute but accomodations may be available

for anyone from out of town. Experience is the main criteria and Ruby
Rails references are required. Please email me at
[email protected]

Eric,
Just curious, why do you want to be able to look at your programmer
while he works? Most of us aren’t any competition for George Clooney.
Just wondered, in this day and age, why you are so intent on having them
local during the development?

best,
jp

On Nov 15, 6:02 pm, “Eric_Alfonso” [email protected] wrote:

I am managing a project and need a module developed on site for an
application being developed in Rails on a Linux server. The location
is Lancaster, CA. The project will last 1 to 3 weeks. The pay range
is $65 to $92 per hour and is based on experience with Rails.We would
prefer someone local who can commute but accomodations may be available

for anyone from out of town. Experience is the main criteria and Ruby
Rails references are required. Please email me at
[email protected]

for edwards, or dryden? :slight_smile:

The decision to complete the remaining module on site was due to the
fact that we went through 2 programmers who were severely under
qualified and fell behind. I was brought in because of this. We lost
some of his trust because of these previous developers. The client
would prefer the remaining work was done on site.

Jeff P. wrote:

[email protected]

Eric,
Just curious, why do you want to be able to look at your programmer
while he works? Most of us aren’t any competition for George Clooney.
Just wondered, in this day and age, why you are so intent on having them
local during the development?

Not so fast! My wife says I look like George Clooney. Or was that
Curious George? Damn, I always get those two mixed up.

Neither. This job is non government. The project is for a large bail
bond company’s call center and accounting department.

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