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inorder
Jul 21, 2010, 1:30 PM
Hello,

I'm not sure whether this forum is a proper place for such a thread. But as long as it's the most important question related to choosing of an AJAX-control toolkit for my development initiative, I consider it's of a kind of general type question.

Personally I love the way the toolkit is organized but business dictates slightly different rules. It's not so easy to find an experienced Coolite-developer, comparing to a Telerik one for instance. So it's the big issue, actually.

So I guess it might be a good idea to start an appropriate forum section called Workforce or Commercials or the like. It might just forward readers to the corresponding projects on the conventional workforce sites like freelancer or guru.

If there is anyone interested in professional supporting of my long-term development effort, I'd love to talk to you personally.
Or anyway could you please recommend me where to find a coolite-experienced developer?

Thank you,
Paul

reverseblade
Jul 31, 2010, 8:43 AM
Hello

My email is emperon at gmail dot com. Skype name is emperond. If you are interested in contact me .

rnachman
May 05, 2011, 7:47 PM
I agree that there needs to be a section on the EXT.net site for networking. It doesn't need to be Elance, but it would be nice to have some type of directory for Developers and Job Providers to connect. It would be a great added value to all (developers and job providers). As most have figured out, EXT controls are great, however there is not an abundance of developers that have experience with them. It makes it hard to find qualified developers for projects.

Depending on how functional this is...I would be willing to pay money when I hire a qualified EXT developer through the EXT website (or some combination like Elance). I would think there are others with this same mindset, which could add to the EXT.net revenue stream. Not to mention...This type of feature would make it even more attractive for new developers to learn the EXT.net framework.

Thanks

Randall

geoffrey.mcgill
May 24, 2011, 8:38 PM
A new Ext.NET Jobs forum has been created, see

http://forums.ext.net/forumdisplay.php?16-Jobs