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  1. Hi All, Our new agency has started using PW for a couple of client projects. We are looking for a good all round developer(s) that also can do some front end HTML styling as needed, although 99% of the time that will be provided. We have two projects that need immediate work, and then likely will have ongoing needs, so looking to build a good relationship with one or two devs. You can read more about our agency here: https://www.gosling.media If interested, please submit the form here: http://gds.li/jobs Thanks!
  2. Hi everyone! I'm Carlos, nice meeting ya all! I want to build a simple job board similar to https://weworkremotely.com, but with Paypal integration. Job submissions would only be posted after payment via Paypal. Is it possible to build it with ProcessWire? If so, could you please point me any tutorials, tips, anything that could help me getting start? PW has been on my radar for a while now, and I'd love to be able to build this project with it!!?
  3. Processwire is an awesome CMS, and the community is the best (we all know that); my question is how about job prospects? Dice.com and Monster.com yields no demand for processwire.
  4. I was delighted to see ProcessWire listed as one of the CMS platforms in this job posting: http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/web/3716084835.html It sounds like a lovely position, for those of us in the Seattle area. J
  5. I was wondering if maybe the ProcessWire site could have a directory of contractors that work in ProcessWire kind of like how the ModX site has. I think it would be a great way to make connections and spread the word about ProcessWire.
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