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    Advice needed

    Hello folks, I need a Python/Django developers and I'm not a tech person(but I have a basic understanding). So which are main criteria? Is it better to hire freelancers or dev company?

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    Hi Sacred,

    can you provide some details of your project?

    Please drop me a private message.

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    with freelancers will be easier to negotiate in price

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    it depends on your requirement if your project is small then you can hire freelancers or if you have a complicated project then hire a company

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    I 'd prefer a company. More Guarantees
    1. You need a proper Job Description
    2. Interviewing the candidates - When structuring your interview, spend time figuring out which questions you want to ask. Good programmers love to learn and need to be using great tools, so it’s critical that you make it clear that your workplace will provide this.
    3. Project Assignment or Skill Test: After the initial interview, be sure to assign relevant test projects to your candidates. You need to understand their communication skills, and whether they can back up their claims of expertise, and this is not something you’ll be able to do without a test project. Check whether the developers know the best practices, guidelines and whether they make any attempt to go through the best available code to improve their code. Test your applicants.
    And I can recommend you to take a look at this article
    Hope it will help =)

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    And I can recommend you to take a look at this article https://steelkiwi.com/blog/how-to-fi...pment-company/

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    drop me a private message and we'll discuss

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    regardless of going with freelancers or a company, make sure you leverage right tools to communicate about requirements and bugs. you need to keep track of all communication. email is not meant for this. there are lots of issue tracker options online. some of them offer free basic options. leverage those at start.

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