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Looking for someone to hire to do computer programming? Try Freelancer.com. You’d be amazed how cheap it is to do what we in libraries think is so hard.  I put in a couple of samples to see what it would cost, and was amazed that people came back with super low bids, much less than I thought it would cost us to do it in-house.

These are experts, and they work quickly and efficiently.  Hire someone to create an iPhone app, or an Android app.  Or maybe make a customized database to track staff training.  Or perhaps to set up a Drupal theme for your new website.  And hey, if you do have coding skills–this is a great place to look for piecemeal work when and how you choose.  Nice!

“Where to find someone to do programming for you”

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