Newbies Guide To Making Software
If you are looking for developers who can really help spec as well as design and
build your software, don’t overlook Guru.com, which is also a great place to look
for marketing and other resources you might need once you have the software
Rentacoder, as the name suggests, is a well-established resource for finding
highly skilled programmers fast. More geared towards solving specific problems
with specific skill sets, we recommend Rentacoder but the novice developer may
find it less “user friendly” than some of the other sites. With favorable coverage in
The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere, we think Rentacoder is a good reliable
resource that also, like Guru.com, offers and encourages escrow payments.
Rentacoder also offers some good general buying information, much of which
can be found here:
Scriptlance features a confusing bare-bones interface
to have something of an “insider” feel to it. If the sophistication of the Elance or
Guru systems doesn’t appeal to you, this might be a great place to programmer
Custom Software Development Companies
There are plenty of companies you can work with to develop your software from
beginning to end – this may be a better than sourcing freelancers, in some
If you do a Google search on “software development” several dozen companies
in this field will come up, and with them you can go with a concept and they’ll
make it happen – though much less cost-effectively than solo coders, of course.
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