How difficult is it to find a PHP coder?

Try investing that money in your own education (by that i mean buy a course or try to learn php on yourself).

This is the best advice i can give you.

Use chatGPT where you do not know or put him to write code and just debug and test. This is how i make my own script for my recipes websites and it's doing pretty well.
 
Yeah, I can't use them sadly. Need to pay in Crypto.
If you write your project requirements the same as you describe your problems on forums, you will have a bad time.

If crypto is only option, you can use upwork or peopleperhour to select developers who has good track record and then invite them to talk over telegram and then offer them to pay in crypto. Expect prepayment as obligatory in this kind of scenario.
 
If you write your project requirements the same as you describe your problems on forums, you will have a bad time.

Weird, casual talk is comparable to project descriptions? If you think like that, I really hope your clients are still satisfied with what they get.


If crypto is only option, you can use upwork or peopleperhour to select developers who has good track record and then invite them to talk over telegram and then offer them to pay in crypto. Expect prepayment as obligatory in this kind of scenario.

I think this is against the platform's ToS.
 
Weird, casual talk is comparable to project descriptions? If you think like that, I really hope your clients are still satisfied with what they get.
I think that you complain a lot, with good casual talk you would already have multiple possible solutions, hiring PHP dev is incredibly easy. Your assumption that I work with clients and that my deliverables are low quality only confirms that your bad vibes is what is holding you back.

I think this is against the platform's ToS.
oh no
 
bad vibes

I get the same negative vibes from you, as seen by your first statement telling me I am the problem without knowing any details and understanding the side of the client.

with good casual talk you would already have multiple possible solutions, hiring PHP dev is incredibly easy.

Not with the requirements I have. You probably missed it, but it's difficult to get someone who doesn't want prepayment (works on his server, so not that I run off with the work) and has reasonable pricing, and accepts Crypto.
 
I get the same negative vibes from you, as seen by your first statement telling me I am the problem without knowing any details and understanding the side of the client.
Well, you are right, somehow I don't feel cheerful today. Sorry about that. You gave me flashbacks of what bad client sounds like back from the time when I had a software development agency.

Not with the requirements I have. You probably missed it, but it's difficult to get someone who doesn't want prepayment (works on his server, so not that I run off with the work) and has reasonable pricing, and accepts Crypto.
But you list all the red flags as dangerous client who can run off with the work and not pay after the work is done.

So you would need to add some empathy for the developer too, take things from their perspective.

You want them to be:
- cheap
- work on your machine
- don't ask for any guarantees(prepayment)
- and accept only your payment option

You will need to adjust at least a few of these to be good for the other party if you want good developer who has experience and good work ethics because with these requirements you are placing your own time at risk trying to work with bad developers. because simply there wont be anyone else who will accept these terms.
 
Well, you are right, somehow I don't feel cheerful today. Sorry about that. You gave me flashbacks of what bad client sounds like back from the time when I had a software development agency.

You gave me flashbacks from a coder who I hired and had to ask months for updates and then not delivering anyway.


What? Where did you read that? Reasonable means I don't pay for the result but for the work. It seems most coders think that if I make x amount of money with a project they can charge based on that?


- work on your machine

What? Where did you read that? I said the opposite. Probalby missed it and focused on giving me hard time :).


- don't ask for any guarantees(prepayment)

As written, I even would accept partial payment after completion on the coder's server.


- and accept only your payment option

Yeah, Crypto. Should be accepted.


You will need to adjust at least a few of these to be good for the other party if you want good developer who has experience and good work ethics because with these requirements you are placing your own time at risk trying to work with bad developers. because simply there wont be anyone else who will accept these terms.

I wish I could pay the 2 guys I found double the amount they asked for but they sadly have no time. Instead I get another BHW coder asking for $3996. Lol.
 
I get the same negative vibes from you, as seen by your first statement telling me I am the problem without knowing any details and understanding the side of the client.

"Don't feed the trolls."

Better don't start any discussion with him, it won't help you.
 
Generally you should work through prepaid milestones when working with crypto. Just set shorter milestones and you won't risk much and the worker will be happy.
 
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