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    Looking for Freelance Programmers, Freelance Designers

    Description: Freelance Designers and Programmers Needed for a Custom Marketplace System in PHP.

    Deadline:
    Dev Cycle 2 Months. Full commitment, not a part-time gig. Currently looking for 2-3 junior freelance designers, 2-3 junior programmers, a lead programmer and an UID expert.

    Skills Required:
    PHP and AJAX is a Must for programmer, CSS and XHTML is a must for designer, experience in using MaxMind API, Php Graph APIs and ecommerce APIs is a bonus. Must be Web2.0-minded. Must live near KL or Cyberjaya, as on checkpoints we will conduct meetings. We are looking for full timer freelancers.

    Payment: Negotiateable according to tasks and scale (will be decided based on your level of skill and experience, but we don't pay low. We are freelancers too.)

    Location: Cyberjaya/KL.

    Contact: No PMs. Please forward your CV to jobs@fivephases-systems.com with Subject Job App from Webmastermalaysia.com. We are a studio of full-time freelancers and consultants, has offers to develop systems and e-solutions for various clients. We are psyched for the new freelance talents to join our workforce as we are currently building a team.

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    This is normally called as a 'Contract' position. When you say freelance, we are not bind to any 'working hour'.
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    Full Time Freelance ?

    sorry, that is not quite correct. freelancing work can have agreed working hours.

    you can feeelance part time works and mc donalds *and* burger king, but you have well defined working hours. Mornings at mcdonalds for free breakfast and evenings at burger king for free lunch.

    But if you are *employed* by either McD or BK, then of course you are not a freelancer and you have to quit one of them. Freelancers can do both.

    This is with respect to normal and formal definitions of freelance found in all dictionaries all over the world, and i wish point this out so that the term freelance is not misunderstood by prospective customers to mean 'happy go lucky come anytime go anytime' type of worker. no. Feelancers can actually be serious professionals who do not wish to be tied to any company or corporate culture.

    The practice is that freelancers work in their own time. The contract is normally to deliver something within that stipulated time.

    Freelance means taking a job, according to customer requirements ( if it is normal working hours, so be it ) but is not obliged to reserve his works only to this customer.

    Thus, a freelancer can take a job from company A and at the same time from company B, and arrange his own working hours. This means that he can commit to customer A 4 hours, and customer B the next 4 hours. But within the 4 hours agreed to customer A, you *are* binded.

    Freelancing is also not an employment scheme, and does not carry with it employment benefits. But freelancers are able to reach more customers, and hence earn more, sacrificing stability provided by long term employment, in order to earn much more in short term or medium term.

    Freelancing means we are not binded to work only for any single organisation ( and hence not able to take work outside of the company or employment ) but the working hours can be defined by the customer, according to their requirements.

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    that said, with regards to the post for 'full time freelancers', that is interesting. what is meant by full time ? a contractual obligation not to undertake any other job ? the pay must surely be damn good one !

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    Full Time Freelance ?

    sorry, that is not quite correct. freelancing work can have agreed working hours.

    you can feeelance part time works and mc donalds *and* burger king, but you have well defined working hours. Mornings at mcdonalds for free breakfast and evenings at burger king for free lunch.

    But if you are *employed* by either McD or BK, then of course you are not a freelancer and you have to quit one of them. Freelancers can do both.

    This is with respect to normal and formal definitions of freelance found in all dictionaries all over the world, and i wish point this out so that the term freelance is not misunderstood by prospective customers to mean 'happy go lucky come anytime go anytime' type of worker. no. Feelancers can actually be serious professionals who do not wish to be tied to any company or corporate culture.

    The practice is that freelancers work in their own time. The contract is normally to deliver something within that stipulated time.

    Freelance means taking a job, according to customer requirements ( if it is normal working hours, so be it ) but is not obliged to reserve his works only to this customer.

    Thus, a freelancer can take a job from company A and at the same time from company B, and arrange his own working hours. This means that he can commit to customer A 4 hours, and customer B the next 4 hours. But within the 4 hours agreed to customer A, you *are* binded.

    Freelancing is also not an employment scheme, and does not carry with it employment benefits. But freelancers are able to reach more customers, and hence earn more, sacrificing stability provided by long term employment, in order to earn much more in short term or medium term.

    Freelancing means we are not binded to work only for any single organisation ( and hence able to take work outside of the company or employment ) but the working hours can be defined by the customer, according to customers requirements.

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    that said, with regards to the post for 'full time freelancers', that is interesting. what is meant by full time ? a contractual obligation not to undertake any other job ? then you are not looking for a freelancer, you are looking for a contractual worker, as said by the guy above.

    of course a freelancer can quit his freelance job and take on this contract, after which he is no more a freelancer.

    the pay must surely be damn good one !

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