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worktech
04-30-2008, 10:33 PM
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New to this forum...i like to ask where would be the best area in this forum
to ask for a freelance-programmer for my project wich will use either a
Propellor,PIC or other uP...iīm based in The Netherlands.

Question 1
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In wich forum to ask for that ?


Question 2
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Is it Ok to ask for that...some other forums donīt like that.


Question 3
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Since the used uP could be either a Propelleor or any other PIC
(depending on whatever my freelancer likes best)
Should i post it in more then 1 thread ...wich ones ?
Is it Ok to do that ? (double posting)


Thanks in advance !

worktech

The Netherlands

Mike Green
04-30-2008, 11:12 PM
1 & 2) Since you're asking for help with Propeller programming, this is probably the right place.
An alternative is the Sandbox Forum.

3) It is against forum rules to post the same message in more than one forum.

worktech
04-30-2008, 11:35 PM
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Hi Mike,

Thanks for your quick reply !

Ok so for the Propellor i should do it here...i understand that itīs allowed to ask for something like that
just wanted to make shure...since not all fora allow "commercial" questions.


One last Question
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Since my project might very well work using simpler uPīs iīm not shure how to reach those that are
not using the Propellor but instead simpler uPīs (PIC)
Where on this forum to put an announcement for a freelancer who works with other uP`s ?

Thanks again.

worktech

Mike Green
04-30-2008, 11:45 PM
I suggest that you ask about other uP's elsewhere in support forums for the specific manufacturer involved. These are really support forums for the Propeller, the Parallax Basic Stamp, and the SX. It's neither a legitimate use of the forum to solicit consulting help for other microprocessors nor are you as likely to find people here with an interest.

Peter Verkaik
05-01-2008, 12:39 AM
Hi worktech.
I have sent you a private message.

regards peter