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Qualification for iGoogle Gadget API?

Posted on 2009-07-03
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I plan to hire a programmer from GetAFreelancer.com to design a gadget in iGoogle.
Since I am noob in programmer, I will draw out my requirement/design for the programmer.
I wish to know what are the skills that programmer should have for this job.
The programmer seem to auto reply to every jobs that was listed there.
Should i ask them to provide previous works for iGoogle gadget?
Or is not necessary as it is going to be an easy job..
Thanks

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It is not that much easy job as the same time, seasoned and experienced programmer can do it easily so it would be good to ask candidate about their past project regarding iGoogle and if possible tell them to show you example.
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