Hello Guys I am Anurag Mishra M.D. Of Imminent Infosolutions a software Solutions provider company, The one who will develop RMI based chat Applet for me immediately with in two weeks I will pay him a 50$. For furthur details contact me at email@example.com with a subject line as Chat Applet Anurag Mishra SCJP,SCJD,MBA(IT) Imminent Infosolutions Managing Director
Now, don't get me wrong, but usually Java developers with enough experience are paid 50$ an hour. Therefore, the 50$ you are offering would be the equivilent of one hours work. An RMI chat applet would take a couple of hours of work, therefore I think you may have to raise to amount of your offering before getting an replies to your request.
<b>Greg Georges</b><br /><i>Sun Certified Java Programmer for the Java2 platform (SCJP)</i><br /><i>Sun Certified Java Developer for the Java2 platform (SCJD)</i>
$50!!! that's it! Let me point out the cost of a commercial chat program havChat but I'm sure if you did a simple search on the internet you could have found this chat software or this one. But remember, buyer beware ( you get what you pay for! )
Hello Greg,Rob,Jamie and Thomas Let me make a few things clear........ Considering that the RMI chat applet takes even a full day to develop then that would mean a full day salary which turns out to be Rs 2500($50). Now most experience developers are paid a monthly salary of around Rs 25000 which would mean per day salary of Rs 807 approx. So why the hue and cry if Mr Anurag is offering $50 for developing a RMI chat applet. I think he is being quite generous. Arif
posted 18 years ago
I'm curious why you think it would only take a day of work? Since the only 'specs' are "build a RMI based chat applet" this does leave the door open for many implementations. If I only wanted to send a string of text to a specific IP address, and didn't care about little details like authenticating users, signing on, managing session state, balancing server chat threads, dealing with dropped connections, monitoring users as they enter/leave, saving chat text, implementing any kind of private messaging feature, etc., etc., etc, I could probably have a "hello world" chat applet done in about a day. Anything more than this will require much more time.
posted 18 years ago
How about this question, why does the Managing Director of a big firm (1) need a chap applet? and (2) use a free email service for his email address? My guess is that this guy is in his second year of college and is willing to pay $50 for someone to do his homework assignment. Think about it... why does it have to be RMI? Why can't it be some other implementation like servlets? Maybe because servlets are in next semester's class?
Calling this a job offer seems generous choice of words. I assume what we mean by Jobs Offered in software development is a job, not a task (or homework assignment). This might be a better source for cheap, quick answers to software projects with vague requirements: http://www.hotdispatch.com/ [ May 04, 2002: Message edited by: Michael Ernest ]
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