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July 13, 2012, 05:53:25 AM
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I am a programmer offering high quality services for a discerning and privacy-conscious clientele. I can create both desktop software and web sites for all functions, and I pride myself in creating highly secure applications tailored to each client's unique needs.

I am highly skilled in the Ruby and Python programming languages, the Ruby on Rails web framework and associated technologies, Linux operating systems, cryptography, Bitcoin and the bitcoind API, Tor and its protections and caveats, PGP, and most aspects of computer security. I also have some familiarity with C, x86 assembly, BSD operating systems, and countless libraries.

My standard hourly rate is ฿12. Please ask for an estimate for how long it will take to complete a project; it has been my experience that people often greatly overestimate development time, especially in web design. (I suspect that this is due to unscrupulous developers offering services at a low hourly rate and then grossly overstating development time.) I also offer fixed rate services, and am amenable to revenue sharing schemes, stock options, or, in certain cases, barter in lieu of all or portion of my fee.

I am, of course, happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have, either via PM, in this thread, or by email at elenam@tormail.org. I highly recommend using PGP; my key ID is 4BE75914.

I am available for hire. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93064.0)
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July 14, 2012, 03:52:14 AM
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15BTC, why that’s $100/hour! Shocked Yet no references or a link to a portfolio to back it up.
I am actually quite curious what a $100/hour programmer must produce to expect to be paid that kind of money.
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July 14, 2012, 07:38:50 AM
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15BTC, why that’s $100/hour! Shocked Yet no references or a link to a portfolio to back it up.
I am actually quite curious what a $100/hour programmer must produce to expect to be paid that kind of money.

I provide high quality code and computer security services to privacy-conscious clients. Additionally, I tend to bill far fewer hours than many programmers for the same total services, and am thus often times cheaper, in total, than other options.

Unfortunately, I cannot provide a portfolio due to confidentiality reasons, and my desire to separate this identity from my prior business dealings, however I would be happy receive payment for small projects after completion from established forum members, and even to offer a discount for any such person willing to provide a review in this thread.

I am available for hire. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93064.0)
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July 23, 2012, 12:59:10 AM
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15BTC, why that’s $100/hour! Shocked Yet no references or a link to a portfolio to back it up.
I am actually quite curious what a $100/hour programmer must produce to expect to be paid that kind of money.

That's actually pretty low. Personally, I wouldn't bother for less than $120/h. Overheads are too high for this kind of work to accept anything less. It also tends to work out cheaper to work with someone with a high hourly rate than someone who works for <$100/h. Pay peanuts, get monkeys, etc.
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July 23, 2012, 12:32:51 PM
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I was very interested until I saw that you cant provide a portfolio. You seem like you know what your talking about. Would you do a test contract with me for 1 hour of development? maybe just get the main page with the links to the other pages done, and I wont be able to pay 100.00 but 50-60 I would do.
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July 23, 2012, 01:12:21 PM
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I was very interested until I saw that you cant provide a portfolio. You seem like you know what your talking about. Would you do a test contract with me for 1 hour of development? maybe just get the main page with the links to the other pages done, and I wont be able to pay 100.00 but 50-60 I would do.

If you mean that the lower rate would only apply to the trial hour, I would be happy to do that. PM me the details.

I am available for hire. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93064.0)
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