Looking for PHP, JS, or Python devs

lentrolentro Hosting Provider
edited January 3 in General

Hello,

Looking for PHP, JS, or Python developers to build a customer panel to manage servers, Stripe subscriptions, and interact with an Airtable database.

Will either be a PHP, NodeJS, or Pyflask application. Haven't decided yet.

Comp will be around $10/hour or less (depending on prior experience) for 5-20 hours/week for at least 6 months.

PM me if you are interested!

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  • Good luck with your budget.

  • HxxxHxxx OG
    edited January 3

    You had probably be looking for people in India based on your budget. US devs start at $30.00 /hr minimum. Even for a junior.

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    @Hxxx said: You had probably be looking for people in India based on your budget

    Yep, will put smth on Upwork later this week, but I wanted to check with the community first. I have some well-paying U.S.-based ppl, so goal is for them to architect the software and check the code while the lower-paying people actually code.

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  • @lentro said:
    Comp will be around $10/hour or less (depending on prior experience) for 5-20 hours/week for at least 6 months.

    Grad students are paid $14/hour.
    Your hourly rate can only hire undergraduate student, but your project is too complex for an undergrad.

    Maybe you should add some push-ups and premium Ryzens as part of the compensation and someone would take it.

  • @yoursunny said:
    Grad students are paid $14/hour.
    Your hourly rate can only hire undergraduate student, but your project is too complex for an undergrad.

    Not that I believe $10/h is fair, but around here (TH) newly graduate - with very basic English - software engineer are paid as official employee ~=$5/h.

  • @TigersWay said:

    @yoursunny said:
    Grad students are paid $14/hour.
    Your hourly rate can only hire undergraduate student, but your project is too complex for an undergrad.

    Not that I believe $10/h is fair, but around here (TH) newly graduate - with very basic English - software engineer are paid as official employee ~=$5/h.

    TH?

  • @seenu Thailand! Sorry, should have made it clear.

  • @TigersWay said:

    @yoursunny said:
    Grad students are paid $14/hour.
    Your hourly rate can only hire undergraduate student, but your project is too complex for an undergrad.

    Not that I believe $10/h is fair, but around here (TH) newly graduate - with very basic English - software engineer are paid as official employee ~=$5/h.

    Lower than India?

  • it all depends on cost of living.

    If India, Th gets too many projects and cost of living goes up, then countries needs to look up somewhere else

    ex: call center jobs are being moved from India to Philippines these days.

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