[portland] django coders?
rami at typethink.com
Mon Jun 8 21:42:26 CEST 2009
Patrick, I run a creative web firm here in Portland called Typethink and
we're a Python / Django shop primarily (we do work on other projects but
majority of our work is Django). We are, as you assumed, swamped with work
right now (not complaining!) but we can afford to take some more on as we're
expanding. We work with the most active people in the Django community. I
didn't realize that you were looking for contract developers for your Django
project, which is why I failed to contact you... my apologies. Give me a
call or drop me an email so we can chat about your needs. We'd love to help
if we can. We just moved into the US Bancorp Tower two weeks ago so if you
wanna stop by and visit our new office, let me know. All of my contact
information is in my email signature.
*Rami Kassab* - Chief Executive Officer
rami at typethink.com
LinkedIn Profile <http://www.linkedin.com/in/RamiKassab>
*Typethink* - Creative Web Firm
111 SW 5th Ave., Suite 1000
Portland, OR 97204
On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 12:20 PM, Patrick Curtain <pcurtain at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All!
> Just wanted to cast the net again... I'm really surprised at the lack
> of response.
> I got *no* available Python / Django coders in response to two job
> postings and one request here for contract developer help.
> That makes me wonder, is every available python and django coder
> happily coding away already? Or is our community so small there are
> only a few and they're busy? (Or did I just word it so badly no one
> bothered to answer?)
> I know one small company here in town that gave up on their two year
> zope/plone development effort because after 8 months of trying they
> couldn't find a single coder to hire. Made me sad because i was
> recommending they stay with open source solutions. Ended up switching
> to an outsourced .NET shop doing C#. (Whole 'nother story there).
> So, help me out, everyone. Are there really no available developers?
> The availability of talent for new projects is certainly one criteria
> for any company considering the technology to use for a startup
> project. I'd like to advocate using Python and Django.
> Patrick Curtain, Husband & Father ( i also write software )
> http://www.patrickcurtain.com/ 360.521.9625
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