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Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Centura Programmer » 23 Jul 2006, 01:14

 Posted by:  Centura Programmer 

Are there any companies out there willing to hire Centura Team
Developer/Gupta SQL Windows programmers on a part-time and telecommute
basis?

There are Gupta programmers willing to work remotely part-time during
evening and weekend hours. I am one of these Gupta programmers.

Are there any companies interested?

I'm sure there are other Gupta Programmers who are interested out there.

I am interested in both prospective employers and Centura Programmers to
respond to this message.

Mike

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Mike » 24 Jul 2006, 17:21

 Posted by:  Mike 

Mmmm, wouldn't that be nice.
Seriously, though, it could be a very cost-effective way of getting some
damn fine coding done. I'd certainly be happy to quote on standard working
hours on this basis.
Good luck. Keep in touch.
By the way, I'm just south of Lake Geneva.
Mike

Alfredo Monasi

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Alfredo Monasi » 24 Jul 2006, 18:50

 Posted by:  Alfredo Monasi 

Well count with me, I would be nice doing some extra money from my home
(Peru) and probably cheaper for te company that bet for this option.

The only thing we would need will be the basis apl to work with.

Regards

Alfredo Monasi

Marcelo Guimarães

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Marcelo Guimarães » 26 Jul 2006, 19:08

 Posted by:  Marcelo Guimarães 

I , also, offer my knowledge (9 years of experience) about
SqlWindows/Gupta/Centura

regards,
Marcelo Guimarães
Recife, Pernambuco, Brasil

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Centura Programmer

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Centura Programmer » 15 Aug 2006, 03:33

 Posted by:  Centura Programmer 

Hmmm... I was hoping I would hear from more people.

I'm sure there are other SQL Windows developers out there like me
interested is some part-time work.

Question is: are there any employers or consulting companies out there
interested?

Rajesh Desai

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Rajesh Desai » 17 Aug 2006, 09:57

 Posted by:  Rajesh Desai 

I am interest in part-time work but am finding it very difficult locating
companies in the UK willing to hire Centura Team/Gupta SQL Windowows
programmers.

Rajesh Desai

one

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by one » 04 Sep 2006, 16:31

 Posted by:  one 

Hello,

We are looking into part-timers, however, what are the charges? Can any
of you show me some good sample to show your credibility? What about
Process and Workflow diagram?

Most of our development will be transformed to Business Modelling that
has each Process and Workflow. If there are any of you with that
criteria, kindly respond :)

We can work something out.

Tq.

~one~

one

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by one » 04 Sep 2006, 16:33

 Posted by:  one 


Addition: please e-mail me your criteria and samples including your
charges if possible :)

Fausto

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Fausto » 08 Sep 2006, 17:52

 Posted by:  Fausto 

Hi,

The proceses actually is easy for technologies: remote access, Internet,
spyke, google, yahoo... etc..

We have software devolment for any use cases, class libraries... over this
we can custumizer any aplications.. in less time that other ... that begin
now... models, experience, and others...

We have development high aplications whith two or tree developers... Bank
aplications... transaccionals... very well. used class libreries of high
yield

The cost ... more or less 10USD per each hour but one hour = 3 hour in other
lenguage...

Look this...

Attachment: Sistema00.JPG
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Attachment: Sisema02.JPG

Jim McNamara

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Jim McNamara » 10 Sep 2006, 14:08

 Posted by:  Jim McNamara 

In the US we can't afford to get out of bed in the morning for $10 an hour.
Taxes take $4.50 of that amount. Plus a poverty level wage for a family of
4 is anything below $19/hr.

Gerry Butler

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Gerry Butler » 10 Sep 2006, 20:52

 Posted by:  Gerry Butler 

Wow, I didn't realize that time either slows or speeds up depending upon the
language one speaks. What language do I need to speak to not be getting old
fast anymore ;-)

--
Gerry Butler

Fausto

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Fausto » 11 Sep 2006, 21:40

 Posted by:  Fausto 

In US.. the costs are High...

We are in Ecuador.

martinenco
Argentina
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Joined: 10 Apr 2017, 18:45
Location: Ushuaia, Argentina

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by martinenco » 13 Sep 2006, 02:43

 Posted by:  Enrique Martinenco 

You missundestood Fausto.

In Latin America the salaries are lower than the fees in the "first world"
countries. We work harder, my be 12 or 14 hours/day and our pay ckeck is
less than 1000 U$S/mo, only a feew of us get more money than this. A fee
of 10 U$S/hour for part time work represents a lot of money in our's
countries.
For you information, family income limit, in Argentina, need to be consider
above the line of "poverty" is about U$S 150/mo. The minimial salary
admited by law is about U$S 200/mo and the average salary of the entire
population is about 300/350 U$S/mo. A very experienced software developer
can reach, if lucky, a salary in his pocket of 1500 us/mo .

Enrique

Gerry Butler

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Gerry Butler » 14 Sep 2006, 04:40

 Posted by:  Gerry Butler 

Apparently ;-) is language specific as well. Who knew?

--
Gerry Butler

Jim McNamara

Centura Programmers Part-Time Telecommute

Post by Jim McNamara » 14 Sep 2006, 16:17

 Posted by:  Jim McNamara 

Different realities..

That would barely make my house payment - and I live in a VERY modest home.

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