I've been a web-developer for two years now. But my only problem was that I couldn't write much stuff and, hence, gain no visitors. So, I joined sites like HP to gain some valuable writing assets. And now I'm ready.
I've started working again on my own site and will be moving away soon. Just wanted to check out if there are other web-developers out there. I would love to visit your site!
I'm not a professional web developer, but I play one for non-profits (for free). I used to have all kinds of HTML certifications (I think the last one was 3.2). When CSS came along I threw in the towel. But I do have the memory of typing out HTML by hand in MS-DOS EDIT in a laptop with 4mB (that's right, megabytes) of memory
by Person of Interest5 years ago
I just thought you would want to know.
by Om Prakash Singh8 years ago
Hi all. I require a PHP Web application developer urgently. He/she should be able to develop the whole site from scratch. Is there anyone around? If you think you can then shoot a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
by Eric Dockett2 years ago
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