December 3rd, 2003, 06:56 PM
Java programmer(s) wanted, a 5000 dollar opportunity.
Looking for a real project, for a serious income? If you consider a possibility of five thousand* USD one, look no further.
To apply for this freelance job, you must have a excellent understanding of the language of Java and is able to program in it fluently, you must be able to render 3D graphics as well as 2D in Java, as well as a multiuser virtual environment with accounts stored in a database.
To add to it, the project will be an interesting one where you, as the programmer, will most likely be heavily engaged in the project with ideas and enthusiasm. The main idea is a massive multiplayer game in a virtual world, accounts with stats, and playable directly in a browser. An example could be http://www.runescape.com
You will be working alongside with me and possibly some other programmers.
To apply, please ask for the information packet at firstname.lastname@example.org. (A auto-replier) You will recieve further information on how to proceed in the project. Serious applicants only, will not tolerate spam or false applications.
After completion, the programmer may chose to continue working on the team on updates, etc, for either a share of the profits or a monthly fixed pay. This is entirely up to the programmer's wishes.
Please note that proposals will be accept no longer then 1am EST, December 20th, 2003.
Thank you for your time and interest.
* A maximum of.
December 3rd, 2003, 07:40 PM
HI, I am a java programmer interested in this offer.
December 3rd, 2003, 07:44 PM
Thanks for your interest, but please read the instructions carefully. You forgot the "To apply, please ask for the information packet at email@example.com. (A auto-replier) You will recieve further information on how to proceed in the project." part.
December 4th, 2003, 11:05 PM
read the message, dumbass, he gives you an email.
December 4th, 2003, 11:12 PM
The email for sumbiting a proposal is different then java@hy.., it's found in the informational packet, this is just used for anti-spam purposes. And I suppose you have the informational packet already?