Looking To Hire an iPhone Programmer For A Game

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Looking To Hire an iPhone Programmer For A Game

Postby Bolo » 01 Jul 2012, 09:18

Hey guys. I'm getting into the app business and want to hire in Taiwan. I'd like to hire either an individual or a company to make these apps.

I already tried the more popular outsourcing sites and a lot of the programmers have buggy, low quality apps. Besides, I'd enjoy being able to meet and have a nice, steaming cup of coffee with my developer.

Anyone know of any programmers or a website, then please send them my way.
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Re: Looking To Hire an iPhone Programmer For A Game

Postby creztor » 13 Jul 2012, 15:16

Hey, Bolo. Long time no see :) Good to hear your apps are going well. I recommend you try one of the many local classified sites that are in Chinese, as you will probably be able to find a plethora of local guys who know their stuff and would be willing to help for a fee. Good luck with it all.
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Re: Looking To Hire an iPhone Programmer For A Game

Postby Bolo » 14 Jul 2012, 17:49

Hey Creztor. Hope you're doing well.

Yeah, I already put up an ad on 104 and am in the process of interviewing some guys.
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Re: Looking To Hire an iPhone Programmer For A Game

Postby symbion » 28 Aug 2012, 16:25

Bolo wrote:Hey Creztor. Hope you're doing well.

Yeah, I already put up an ad on 104 and am in the process of interviewing some guys.


Still looking for someone ?
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