Looking for a new web development job? The FreelanceSwitch Job Board is a great resource of freelance gigs and opportunities. New opportunities are posted every day for web developers, and come from a wide range of potential clients. Today we're showcasing a few of the latest positions that might be perfect for Nettuts+ readers!
Budget: $10,000 + — Location: Anywhere, Australia Preferred
Calling all talented developers! We are in need of a confident website developer(s) who have experience in NLM XML to PDF/HTML conversion to build an online journals platform which can be managed by the client.
The website, along with any potential sub-sites, are to be efficiently managed by a single CMS. For a quick overview, the platform needs to be developed with the below features in mind:
- NLM XML content will be uploaded via the CMS and converted to PDF and HTML.
- Linking from citing articles, Google Scholar and CrossRef
- A Reader needs to be integrated for the journals.
- Usage for subscribers and also pay-per-view
- Usage report for stats
Applicants will be required to sign a NDA before receiving additional information about the platform. Successful applicants will be notified before December 20th as to whether they have received the job.
Budget: $1,000 to $2,500 — Location: Anywhere
Since we are starting to get a lot of requests from our clients to develop mobile and desktop applications, I really need someone with whom I can create long term trustworthy relationship.
You need to know your way with Flex and AS3 if possible (I know it is dying but still...) and any other iOS programming you are good at. Please send your skill set and links to completed projects. And of course your hourly fee - please have in mind I need a sub-contractor which means it will not be one time deal.
We are also looking for HTML5 specialist — please send examples of work in that area as well. I look forward for your responses.
Budget: $500 to $1,000 — Location: Anywhere
Exvo is a young informal startup running several projects. We’re working on an innovative distributed web based operating system, a distributed platform to manage and run your company from and several other side projects.
To support these very ambitious plans, we need several additional experienced Rails developers. You can work from anywhere, just as long as you love what you do and enjoy making beautiful code. You will join a team made up of people around the world, who will challenge you to be the best you can be and most of all, have a lot of fun in the process. We currently have three teams of varying sizes.
We’re looking for junior, intermediate and senior developers with a willingness to learn, good communication skills, a passion for Ruby, a love for Rails, and generally good development skills.
Budget: $1,000 to $2,500 — Location: United States
Ever heard of Omegle or Iddin.com? Well I currently have a site that uses a similar model with a much more useful cause that is in need of a complete revamp. I need someone who can re-create a very simple chat script with newly added features. It also needs to be optimized for volume. I also need some membership features, but nothing too extensive.
Programmer should be proficient with PHP, and Java, Flash is a plus, but must have experience developing a chat app. Features needed include an admin panel, login/registration, user profile with feedback, rating, comments, and a few others. I have a fully written design document ready upon request.
And Lots More...
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