I am working on a project that needs to be finished by December 12th. It is mostly done, but there are a few things that need to be completed. I need some hourly help for a few days.
The project was initially done in .net 1.1 and needs to be converted to 2.0. This involves some changes to the class structures (using partial classes not), etc... Some forms need to be finished, and some general clean up and minor details finished.
I am looking for someone who can put in 4 hours each day this week starting on Thursday. You will receive a list of tasks that need to be done for the day and then do what you can accomplish for that day, and I will take up where you leave off and start working on this at 8 AM Eastern Time.
If you can't Thursday, Friday Saturday and Sunday then let me know up front, maybe we can juggle the schedule and work more hours on other days.
The project is not very technical, it uses ASP.NET with C# as the code behind, and we are using Access for the database component.
You just need to be dependable and able to work alone with minor input from me. Because there are no up front requirements for this project, you will be guaranteed a 10 rating as long as your communication level is excellent.
After the initial project is done, then you will be a great candidate for helping me document the project (from a programmer's perspective). A separate project in itself.
If you have a good deal of ASP.NET experience, please give me a bid for 16 hours of work. If it gets done in less than that, then you will still get paid for 16 hours of work.
Thanks in advance.
1) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. Buyer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No GPL, GNU, 3rd party components, etc. unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the buyer on the site per the coder's Seller Legal Agreement).
You will need to do your work using my tools (Visual Studio 2005 BETA 2) through Terminal Services. The platform is Windows 2003 Server using .NET 2.0 and Microsoft Access database.
If this requirement becomes extremely cumbersome (slow access) then you will be able to copy the site down each day and work on it and then copy it (ftp) back up and the end of each day's work.