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NEED A PROGRAMMER TO READ ASSEMBLY


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LIZMERRILL

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I have the assembly language of a 16 bit dll, I need to convert it to 32 bit.
I need a programmer who can read assembly, and do the job.

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modernsavage

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For hiring software developers for a single project checkout http://www.freelancer.com add your specification and developers will bid for it.
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You can also try odesk and elance. They are legitimate outsourcing sites too.

Piece of advise: since developers will bid for your project, never be tempted with the lowest bidders. Keep in mind that you are monitoring them at a distance so it's quite difficult to control. Also remember that you will get what you pay for, so think about it. "Rule out lowest bidders" as what this article says. It's actually one of the many guidelines in outsourcing. Other guidelines include carefully interviewing them, feel their attitude. Consider reviews and feedback and ratings from previous employers--you can check that in their profile.
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