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Posted by  Leo on February 23, 2004 at 09:40:15:

Hello,

I have been working as a freelance programmer / web developer for over 6+ years of experience.

My Works.
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1) www.peninsularonline.com (ASP/VB/SQL Server)
2) www.hotgrooves.com (JSP/MySQL)

I work on the customer rates. Tell the work and price you have for the same.

write to me at : contactsumeetleo@yahoo.com or Call (91-080-36788015).

Skills : VB, VBA, SQL Server, ASP, Oracle, MySQL, PHP, FoxPro, Visual Foxpro, .NET (ASP.NET, VB.NET, C#).

I can do any programming work from developing new application, web site or even to maintain the exisiting application.

I am willing to work on a monthly fixed price option. I usally charge 10$ per hour. I would like to work on projectwise.

I am currently located in India. If location is not a problem buzz me.

Waiting for your work.
Cheers Leo.

 
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