[Looking for] C# Coder (Mir)

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Hi All,

I am potentially looking for a coder for Crystal Files (c#), to code in features.
If you are interested in this PM me on here and we can begin discussing requirements.

The reason being is I have a lot to work on in terms of graphic changes, creating new skills, AI configurations questing, mapping, adding new items etc.
This requires a lot of my time at the moment but I want other areas of my server being created while my focus is on the above.

I am not looking for a person to invest into a server, the work will be paid upon completion (we can discuss prices for features etc depending on the work involved).

Sorry for being quite vague, I was just putting this out there to see if anyone would be interested in this.

Cheers,
Jamie
 

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hahaha

I am open to pay whatever is required (within reason) to be honest, as being a 'one man band' for my server at the moment has it's drawbacks.
I have a lot of time to put into it, but I'd like it to start getting features implemented while I still work on the foundations (maps mobs drops etc.)

I'll see if anyone's interested, if not I will get around to it all, just takes longer :3
 

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Anyone genuinely interested, if you can PM me to discuss it further.

I mean I will eventually get a round to it once I am done with all the core stuff, I just prefer getting things done quicker!
 

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Well, you could pay me per feature released on my repo if you really want :p
On a serious note, don't pay anyone todo work for you, not from these forums anyway. If your looking to hire a contract developer then there are sites that specialise in this sort of thing.

Chances are the work won't be up to scratch or to certain standards. Just jump in to the code make a branch for messing with stuff and you will soon pick it up.