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PHP OOP Coder *PAID

Discussion in 'Programming Marketplace' started by kami, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. kami

    kami Moderator Moderator VPL Member

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    Nuddle is searching for a (active!) programmer who can code in PHP OOP.

    If you are interested, I'll need at least three recent examples (feel free to cut important parts out, but I will need something to prove that you know what you're doing).

    PM me here or email me (conanroxyosox@gmail.com) for more details.

    And yes, this is a paid job.

    Thanks :p
     
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    PHP OOP is just a method, not a skill-set. If you generalize someone who can code in OOP, you`re opening yourself up to any random shmuck who can type a couple lines of code. I`ve actually seen some procedural code more reliable than OOP based methods. So generalize your target market, and all the skill sets and levels of knowledge you expect your employee to have.
     
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    Thanks for the input. I'm not going to just hire anyone. I have two reliable coders (one being staff) that can verify their legitamacy.
     

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