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for getting project of Android

 
munjal upadhyay
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I am Android developer , but I don't have any idea how to get the project by the vendor...
I want to take the project of the client online , develop it and want to get paid.....

if any one do the same thinds then please guide me what to do and what not to...

thanks....

 
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Can you rephrase your question? I don't understand what "how to get the project by the vendor" or "I want to take the project of the client online" means. Are you asking how to find a client that will pay you for contract development?

As an alternative, you might look into developing an app and distributing it (for cash) in the Android Market and/or other Android app stores.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:Can you rephrase your question? I don't understand what "how to get the project by the vendor" or "I want to take the project of the client online" means. Are you asking how to find a client that will pay you for contract development?

As an alternative, you might look into developing an app and distributing it (for cash) in the Android Market and/or other Android app stores.


I want the client that will pay me for the contract development .
for example :- freelancer.
 
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There's no shortage of web sites where freelance jobs are hawked, like freelancer.com and guru.com; searching around will find many more. I would imagine that it's difficult to get paid for this kind of work unless you can point to a few apps of yours that people can check out (because they're freely available in the Android Market).
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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