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Thread: What are freelencer programming?

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    Default What are freelencer programming?

    tender4work is a freelance website that is free to join and offers a networking platform allowing the facilitation of work between freelancers and employers.

    We are different than most other freelance websites as we don't charge commission rates on projects that are posted and projects that are won.

    We are currently running a special introductory offer. For the next few months we are offering the website service for free! To benefit from this offer just type in the coupon code: T4W6MF when prompted to during the registration process.

    So, Whether you're a freelancer looking for freelancer jobs or an entrepreneur or business looking to employ freelancers, look no further than tender4work.com.

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    Default Re: Looking for freelance prograamers? Want freelance programming jobs?

    Very nice website. Looks interesting...

    Ill be registering straight away.
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    Default Re: What are freelencer programming?

    You can also have a look at https://www.fieldengineer.com where businesses & freelancers can connect to this platform on the Go. Find the relevant project/hire a specialist hassle-free.
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    Default Re: What are freelencer programming?

    Old thread is closed.
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