Looking for ESP32 Developer

kbaud1
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Looking for ESP32 Developer

Postby kbaud1 » Thu Mar 08, 2018 12:08 am

Not sure I posted this in the right forum. We are looking for another ESP32 developer to work on our team. This is for a wireless motor control project.

ThePetest
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Re: Looking for ESP32 Developer

Postby ThePetest » Thu Mar 08, 2018 12:59 pm

Hi, I can't send you a PM because I just registered here but I sent you a friend request. I hope we can talk.

ThePetest
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Re: Looking for ESP32 Developer

Postby ThePetest » Sun Mar 11, 2018 4:54 pm

Wow the forum admins are making it difficult..
I received your private message but I'm unable to send a reply. Anyways, here's my email address, you can reach me here if you are interested:
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kolban
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Re: Looking for ESP32 Developer

Postby kolban » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:45 am

I find this forum very good for looking for colleagues / staff / friends to work on projects however I have found it most beneficial to all involved in the post looking for ESP32 developers includes:

* Payment based or free
* Nature of the work requested
* Duration of the project
* Outcome / goals of the project

I think that the majority of folks reading these technical forums would (in one form or another) call themselves ESP32 programmers (or desire to grow skills to become ESP32 programmers). At any given time, I *always* am looking for an ESP32 developer but I have no expectations of anyone just standing up and saying "I'm an ESP32 developer, what do you need from me?". And since I'm hobbyist, I am not offering any compensation for anyone's time. At any given moment of an ESP32 session, there are oodles of items I would *love* someone to research on my behalf. In fact, most postings to these forums are folks looking for "ESP32 developers" to solve a puzzle.

That said, I for one welcome requests looking for assistance and would volunteer my own time but since time is precious to us all, a good post (opinion) looking for a developer should ask more than "I'm looking for a developer" but instead give a detailed description of what is being sought and what the motivation would be for a prospective responder to actually respond.
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Re: Looking for ESP32 Developer

Postby ESP_Sprite » Mon Mar 12, 2018 2:44 am

ThePetest: It's an anti-spam measure, to make sure that spambots don't just register an account and then PM-spam everyone; you need to have at least 3 acknowledged posts for it to go away. I've manually disabled that for you now, so you should be able to PM back if you wish.

ThePetest
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Re: Looking for ESP32 Developer

Postby ThePetest » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:42 am

No worries, thanks for the help.

@kbaud1
I sent you a PM.

clarkster
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Re: Looking for ESP32 Developer

Postby clarkster » Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:48 am

I’m interested. I’m an EE specializing in industrial control.

fhng11214
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Re: Looking for ESP32 Developer

Postby fhng11214 » Mon Mar 26, 2018 9:45 pm

I would like to gain some ESP32 experiences. So, you need a free hand on on entry level stuff, I am there.

kbaud1
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Re: Looking for ESP32 Developer

Postby kbaud1 » Tue Apr 03, 2018 2:30 pm

Ok, I think we have enough candidates now. Thanks everyone.

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Re: Looking for ESP32 Developer

Postby cturner@iviutech.com » Fri Mar 22, 2019 5:44 am

I am looking for an ESP32 programmer - we have developed a sensor using the ESP32 and need assistance with development efforts. Please contact me if interested in project based paid work.

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