Not a technical question, but I think this is relevant to the list. If not, please let me know.
I am undertaking a new project, and am looking for a WebObject/Wonder developer to work with. If you know me, you know I went through an unfortunate (and unwanted) life change related to divorce and I took a big hit to my business. But I'm through most of that now, and I am looking to put the pieces back together.
One of those pieces was the flagship software-as-a-service product of my company. In the cataclysm of divorce and business partner breakup, I lost my source code, server infrastructure, everything. So now I'm starting from scratch. Well, not entirely. I am re-designing my product, taking the lessons learned and improving. That's what life is all about, right?
I need a developer to work with, for the next few months (on the side if fully engaged already, or some other commitment), to help me take my product from this design phase to launch (at least release one -- I have no illusions about building a 100%-feature complete WO app, ever). The developer doesn't need to be local (as a matter of fact, I prefer a global sourcing), but he/she does need to be a WebObjects/Wonder person, and understand that this project has to be built from the ground up in a way that I can manage with limited staff going forward. In other words, simple design, automated build/deployments, Selenium tags integrated into the HTML, etc.
I have a design brief I can share, if someone is interested. From there, we can figure out the logistical and cost details. So, if you or someone you know is interested, please reach out to me.
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