If you are searching for an Expression Engine coder
for a freelance programming project, we would like to offer the following tips:
A programmer's portfolio represents the quality of their work and the complexity of projects they can handle. Go through an online portfolio thoroughly.
A programmer's responsiveness to an initial voice mail or email message is likely indicative of how responsive they will be during your project.
Don't shop on price alone. A low price may be tempting but most times it indicates a beginning programmer who may lack experience and discipline. It's not unheard of for low priced projects to end up costing more because you have to hire a second programmer to finish the job.
Good programmers have full schedules because word gets around about the quality of the work. Unless you are under tight time constraints, it isn't a bad idea to get in line. Once they start on your project, you will have their full attention.
A quality programmer will always have references to give at your request. Ask for them.