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Looking for an experienced CGI programmer

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Hello,

My name is Erik Hopkins, owner of a variety of high-traffic web properties.

I am looking for an experienced Perl programmer to edit/modify some of our existing scripts, and to build a number of new scripts which we intend to integrate into our existing web sites in anticipation of more automation.

Please reply with your qualifications, rates, and any references to experts@listmedia.com.

Serious responses only please.
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im not sure EE is meant for this purpose.

btw i would apply if it werent for my colleges starting soon. but i think posting here http://www.rentacoder.com/ will be more of a success.
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cbradstreet earned 200 total points
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Call me at 604-535-1917 and we can discuss your needs, our rates, etc.
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