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Could I hire someone from here??

Discussion in 'HTML, Graphics & Programming' started by ZakRs1, Feb 28, 2015.

  1. ZakRs1

    ZakRs1 New Member

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    Hello, so I'm new to the forum and don't know all the ins and outs, but I was wondering if I could hire work here?

    Like, non official work, just a small project that I'd want help with using (well any program but I tried it in visual studio and failed!). I wanted a leaderboard, I'd manually enter in statistics, but the board would just automatically calculate them (so literally just a kind of inbuilt basic calculator that automatically multipled/added/subtracted/divided inputs) and then the person with the highest score would automatically be placed 1st 2nd 3rd and so on...

    Also, how big of a project is that? o_O I know nothing about coding, but it would just be one basic page/application that would do a few simple calculations and reposition their order so I assumed it wouldn't be too big? Let me know if I'm crossing the rules hereĀ¬!
     
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    SimpleCookie Well-Known Member

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    Maybe I could help you out ?
    I have quite good skills in programming I believe, I haven't done tons of GUI (grapical user interface) though, so it might not look the best for starters, but it could always be improved
     
  3. ZakRs1

    ZakRs1 New Member

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    Hey, well it's really simple what I want (so I think but I know the simplest of things can be complex in code). And the background would just be a plain picture, so that wouldn't really be a problem and I'm sure I could work out how to change the colour of any buttons or what-not that might be used (if any). As for help, I appreciate it, but I have to wait on my student loan in a months time D: But if it does sound like something that you can do and you have a price in mind (it'd help if you know how hard / long itd take) I'm happy to have a discussion in the mean time.
     
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    Well, I'm not sure how long it'd take, I would need to know more details ;D
    But sure, just let me know when you want to start and we can talk business. My skype is Nanashi1337 or email is Nanashi1337@live.se
     

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