2nd shot.. you're understaffed. I'm a programmer

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  • 420 shades of green

    I hope they see this. Hey BDSMLR, interview this person!

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  • Me

    Haha, I'm not really asking for interview ...I'm telling that I will solve a lot of problems fast. :)

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  • Rebeccarigs94

    Me : I doubt they'll see it, you may have more luck on their Github page or try reaching out to Jennie. She may be able to help you out with getting it seen.

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  • 420 shades of green

    I get that you want to be hired on the spot but they may not have the money to pay you or get along with you. As a business owner I have found that subtlety and politeness are more likely to get a person the job they want than boasting. Go post on their Github and ask if you can help. If they like what you do they will probably hire you.

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  • SensateSleep

    If you're a serious programmer, you'd already know that Github is the best place to contact them about something like this.

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  • Jennie

    Look, they've repeatedly said that they're not going to open the source (which would make all of us happy).

    They're also not going to take some random person off of these boards and give them access to the codebase.

    If you are serious, if you'd like to arrange a formal interview and negotiate salary, PM me on the actual site (use the "Send Private Message" link on my blog), and I can put you in touch with the people you actually need to talk to.

     

     

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