⭐️Tips on Where to Find Engineering Freelancers for Long Term Work?⭐️


I'm an experienced founder/builder looking for a experienced fullstack engineers (or one front-end and one back-end) in Europe, Asia, or South America for about 20-40 hours a week on a ongoing basis.

I've been scouring Upwork, Freelancer.com, and PeoplePerHour, and wondering if there's another place I should be looking at for talented engineers?


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    Reddit r/forhire.

    Hacker News has Looking for client/looking for freelancer threads at the begging of each month.

    These two are my two main sources for clients 😁

    I'm working for a client who has its entire engineering team sourced from Reddit and they're all amazing!

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      Awesome! Amazed that r/forhire actually works. Thanks for the tip!

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    Hey @relish not sure exactly what you are looking for. I am also a freelancer. Let me know if you wanna have any talk or discussion.

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    Hey relish,
    not sure exactly what tech stack you are looking for, but you can contact me through https://markushatvan.com

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    Hi relish, I myself am a freelancer and looking for similar kind of work. You can contact me at [email protected].
    Looking forward to hearing from you. :)

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