Trying to find academic LiveCode coders

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dbakerweb
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Trying to find academic LiveCode coders

Post by dbakerweb » Sat Aug 04, 2012 10:38 pm

Hello - I work with a non-profit organization with a mandate in the research community. We are starting a new program for post-secondary students to supplement their income writing demonstration prototypes. I am trying to post this opportunity to the LiveCode academic community but the system won't let me post a link the call. Can someone please advise how I can communicate this to the LiveCode community within the academic community?

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Re: Trying to find academic LiveCode coders

Post by FourthWorld » Sun Aug 05, 2012 12:05 am

I think this is the one you posted the use-livecode list - let me know if it isn't and I'll delete this post.
Looks like a good fit for LiveCode indeed:
A non-profit standards development org
(casrai.org) is starting a new program to pay post-secondary coders to
build demonstration prototype software. Here is s link to the call:

http://casrai.org/program/commons/progr ... -exchanges

LiveCode looks to be a perfect framework for much of it. Please spread
the word if you know of potential candidates who might want to apply.
Richard Gaskin
Community volunteer LiveCode Community Liaison

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Re: Trying to find academic LiveCode coders

Post by dbakerweb » Sun Aug 05, 2012 12:14 am

Yes it is the one. I couldn't post a link here. Thank-you.

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