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  1. I am trying to build a rather large (16+ pages, 2,000+ fields) Survey form to use as part of my Inspection business. I kept being told "it can't be done" and being an old school hack, I thought it could be done... So I wrote a smaller "Proof of Concept" form that has most of the features I wanted... I used Abobe Acrobat XI and Javascript and LOTS of Google searches The form works...(Very well thank you) So now I want to find someone to re-write it (for Pay) nicely for real.... I have posted it on "eLance" but would like to know where else I could post it to find people interested in working on a really Nasty, large, complicated, Acrobat PFD Form with some interesting Javascript as well? Yes, I could do it, but that is not what I am good at... I am a Proof kind of Guy.... I show that it -can- be done, and then turn over the detail to someone who is detail oriented. (and writes neater code than I do) Be happy to post the Sample Form and the RFP here (if I can) so long as its understood that I know I am a hack, and it was PURELY a proof-of-concept exercise. The code is ugly, complicated, but it works... PS.. this forum was instrumental in figuring out how to do some of the "impossible" things...
  2. I've been freelancing for a year now and feel my skills haven't improved all that much. I currently don't have any complex projects in the pipeline so now I really want to work in a team with a company to learn more.Based on what I have in my portfolio, what position should/can I go for? If my portfolio isn't strong enough what do you suggest I do to improve it? I would like to ideally pursue some kind of developer role.Everything was designed and built by me. I have used a jQuery scrollbar script and a php validation script from the web but the rest is all me :-) Portfolio link: http://dummytest.biz
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