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Old September 9th, 2004, 11:43 AM
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Hi Eric

I will have to agree with you, this project is too difficult for me, I wrongly thought that almost a year off and on of teaching myself VB.Net was sufficient. Next step a full application that I could customise.

I urgently need to get my own community-based bereavement project up and running as soon as possible. I took your earlier advice and looked at CodeProject.com and the ready made DotNetNuke and the community start up kit applications. Although they are good they need a lot of customising with extra modules and features in order to suit.

I have decided to bite the bullet and commission a software developer as my application needs are specific and not available off the shelf, which is why I decided to build it myself. My past experience of bought applications has not very successful and I was left with a useless application.

As you obviously have a greater experience of programming and a wider knowledge than myself. I wondered if you know of a programmer who could help build my application?

You can pass on my email or you could email me with your recommendations and I will send details of requirements.

tulip@merseymail.com

Thanks


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I replied to your email Lynn.

If anyone else is interested, please email Lynn for the details.

I don't have a lot of free time, but I can help if nobody else wants to do it.

Eric
 
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Hello Lynn,

 It's not that difficult Lynn. but you need some expereince with SQL Server 2000, XML, C#, ADO.NET, ASP.NET and more important patient. I know there are some tricks I can't solve it alone but when I spend some hours on it I solve most of it or ask Eric for help. But because he has noo free time I ask him when I'm completely unaware of the solution. If you need a developer you can get someone from India and I think you will not pay that much.
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Marenela






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