.Net Support

Remote (anywhere)
Freelance / Casual
1 - 3 months

Need regular development support for an existing application. Technologies used are:

SQL Server 2015, 2017 Angular 6 .NET CORE 2.1 NodeJS LTS

Good rates of pay

Requested by
Glyn D.
Joined Nov 2018

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Submitted 5 Nov 2018 at 11:04
Expires 1 week from now
Bidding guide $50+/hr
Average bid $1,170.00

Virtual SupportSoft PLC

Hi Glyn,

I am an experienced .Net and Angular developer . I am available to start immediately.Please let me know so we can discuss more .

Thanks Jay

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Qamar Uddin

Little more than 11 years in web development mostly in .net. Based out of Melbourne and work completed comes with bug warranty

Estimated 25 hours
iFour Technolab Pvt Ltd

Hello, We have extensive experience working on web and mobile apps using AngularJS and Angular6, cordova, node.js, and ionic technology. We have also good experience with native and hybrid mobile app development. We use Xamarin for hybrid solution.

Estimated 105 hours
Matthew Thomas

Hi, 17 years plus web developer. Very easy going and trustworthy professional. Will take all the pain out of the project, look forward to hearing from you.

Estimated 30 hours

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Clavax Technologies

Hi Glyn,

I'm thinking to call you for more clarity, can I have your direct number please ? I'm equally excited to provide you .Net support for your existing application. Kindly share your best upcoming availability so that we can connect and take things forward.

Cheers! Rohit +61 2 83187634

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