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Software Developer Recommendation?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by CEPI, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. CEPI

    CEPI Power Member

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    Can any of you recommend a full-service software development company? Possibly one that you have personal experience with and trust. I need to have a rather extensive software created and my biggest fear is explaining it to a developer and having them run off and take the idea themselves. I know I can have them sign NDAs etc, however, with a few tweaks here and there many companies are able to get away with concept theft, so I would rather go with a personal recommendation, or experience.

    I tried to contact the developers of SENukeX (IATSC or whatever they are), but their contact form doesn't even work on their website, so that's not a good first impression.

    Mods: Didn't know where this went, so I just left it in Lounge.
     
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    I don't know about the company but I know a guy who I'm 95% positive will not cross you over! The guy is my Mentor who teaching me programming right now. He's expert in most language you can think off, he worked with super experienced guys (at the moment he working with two ex Googlers). Very interesting thing I like about his its his estimates, meaning he'll talk with you on skype and get all the inform he can to understand what you want, and then he'll get you rather precise estimates when and how he can done the thing. Basically what I'm talking about he's not tipical shitty freelancer programmer, but very professional and honest person.
     
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  3. CEPI

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    I will PM you and see if we can work through something. Thanks so much!
     
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    I already worked with VanillaH, it's a really good Delphi developer.
    I recommand you to contact him.

    Beny
     
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  5. CEPI

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    I will contact him, although I see he is advertising "bot creation" what i need is kind of a full-fledged enterprise solution software, like SalesForce sized features. Not LIKE SalesForce, but similar in scale with regard to features.
     
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    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    SalesForce has The Sales Cloud, The Service Cloud, the PaaS "Force.com", Chatter, AppExchange, together with a RESTful API and mobile support.

    You 'll need an army of developers for anything in that scale :D
     
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    Yes, I understand their features. and I don't need their extended products. I shouldn't even have mentioned them because it only causes confusing. I should have stated I want something similar in QUALITY to their interface. It isn't even a CRM product i have, I just want something similar to their styling and professional lines. Not their product per se'. Sorry on the confusion.