Freelancers, Here Is The Best Way To Find Work

There are many discussions over Hacker News about how freelancers can find clients. Of course you have many options – from personal contacts, to sending cold emails, making cold calls, bidding on freelance sites, etc. But I think there is much better way, and it is fairly simpler. It comes from software developer’s perspective so I’ll […]

Freelance Resources and Tutorials

Here I’ll give you some useful web sites which can help you in your freelance business. This is not a complete directory or anythign like that. It contains only sites that I am using myself (or have used in the past) and have helped me a lot.

1. Web Development Tutorials

2. Web Design Tutorials

3. Free Web or Blog Hosting

4. Payment systems

5. Freelance sites

6. Communication

7. Script resources

7. Web Directories

Payment Systems For Feelancers

I have lost some freelance income because of inability to receive my payment in an easy way. Sounds weird? Maybe it is, but this is a real problem for many programmers who are not living in US or West European countries. Here is the full story in short. I was contacted by an old customer […]

Guru.com Review: Maybe the largest, maybe the strangest freelance site

Visit URL: Guru.com Overall Impressions Guru.com is by no doubt a huge site. By their own words it is “The world’s largest online marketplace for freelance talent”. I don’t know this it is the truth, but even if it is not, it’s pretty close to the truth. Guru.com contains more than hundred job categories of […]

Freelance Site Reviews

The freelance sites are providing one of the easiest ways to find freelance jobs online. They do all the work for you – they advertise your skills to the potential buyers, they handle the payments and send them to you, they usually care to protect you from fraud, they help you build your portfolio and […]

Scriptlance Review: The easiest freelance site to start

Visit the URL: ScriptLance Overall impressions of Scriptlance One of the most popular and most active freelance sites. Registration is free. There are hundreds of projects published every day and thousands of freelancers competing for them. You can withdraw your earnings via Check, Paypal, E-gold or Bank Wire. The support is overally good and there […]

RentACoder Review: A serious site for serious freelancers

URL: Rentacoder.com Overall impressions A very professional and business-looking freelance website. Don’t get fooled by the site’s look, it is not “for the big fish” or something like that. It is just a good site available for everyone. The registration is free and this site also lists hundreds of new projects every day. Rentacoder.com charges […]

Best Ways to Find Freelance Programming Jobs

There are literally thousands of people who look for freelance programming help every day. There are webmasters who start new projects, outsourcing companies who look to reduce their workload, students who need help making their assignments, programmers who can’t handle what is on their hands, small entrepreneurs who want to invest in innovative developments and […]

GetAFreelancer Review: A Promissing Venture

Visit URL: GetAFreelancer Overall Impressions GetAFreelancer(GAF) is a bit newer than the mastodons Scriptlance and RentACoder, but it managed to take a large pie in the market very fast. The site is very nice and easy to use. You can see all projects at a glance, just like in Scriptlance (the layouts of both sites […]

How To Become A Freelance Developer

Step by step tutorial So you have spent few months studying various technologies – probably PHP/MySQL, CGI or Java – and now you want to put that in action. Or are you already working as a web developer for a company? This experience can help you, but it is not needed. When I was starting […]