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We need Processwire guru for our project Project is "long term" and constantly evolving.

We have Frontend developer, but we don't have backend guru yet.

So, if you are interested at work, please contact me at "" and let's discuss about conditions.



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Hi Margus,

I would be able to help you out.

I have sent you an email

Best Wishes,


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