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How to hire a programmer?

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We are a team of two entrepreneurs and our talent lies in research, building trends, branding, graphic designing, marketing and drawing organic traffic. However the one very important skill we lack in is programming.

We are looking at building trend changing site specific for audience in India. At the moment we are looking at one programming expert who is well equipped in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ajax, XML, ASP, ASP.NET, MySQL, PHP as well as possess skills in server side applications, like account log in, .NET, C, C++ and Java.

We do not have a huge fund pool, once we have a strong team and a beta version we are looking at external resources to fund the venture.

How do we find the right match? Are programmers as aspirational as entrepreneurs? What should our approach be to find someone creative? What are the basic costs we should be looking at to pay the programmer and other start up costs involved?

We are specifically looking for programmers in India, any guidance will be helpful.

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I doubt there are many experts in here but you can always hire freelancers to do your work. Check out http://www.elance.com and http://www.freelancer.com. Both are great websites where you can hire people based on their qualifications, ratings, reviews and lots more. The investment can vary according to your needs. If you're looking to create big projects, it might hit 3 figures. But it depends like I said. Good luck!

Edited by TheBigHelper, 21 March 2013 - 10:41 PM.

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