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How To Find a Programmer

Finding a programmer can be a difficult task if this is your first time doing so. The price of hiring a programmer can vary widely depending on what you’re looking to have done. No matter what you plan on doing you want to make sure that you hire the right programmer for the job. The last thing you want is a buggy code or an application that just doesn’t work.

This article will go over what you should be on the lookout for when trying to find a programmer.

What Type of Programmer Are You Looking For?

When it comes to finding a programmer, you need to know what type of programmer you’re looking for. For example, some programmers specialize in web development while other programmers might specialize in app development. There are also “full-stack” developers who can pretty much do it all which is what you’d find here at Materialize Labs.

The good thing about full-stack developers is the fact if you don’t know especially what type of programmer you need, we’ll it wouldn’t really matter. A full-stack developer would know exactly what would be the best programming language for your project or if you had a specific language you wanted your project to be done in, the Full Stack programmers at Matearlize Labs would be able to handle that for you.

Past Clients

When hiring a programmer, you want to make sure that your getting your money’s worth and the way you can ensure this is to ask to see the past project’s that they’ve worked on. For example, at Mateeralize Labs we’ve worked on some very large-scale enterprise projects such as Explore.org, Mid America Mortgage, Red Bull, 21 Century Fox, WB Studios, just to name a few.

Most programmers claim to be able to work on large scale projects but to be honest, most have never done so. The reason why companies such as Red Bull, 21 Century Fox, WB Studios, just to name a few trusts in Materialize Labs is due to the fact that we always deliver no matter what it takes and no matter how big or small the project is.

Have An Interview

Having an interview is the next most important step before finalizing hiring a programmer. At the end of the day, you want to know who you’re going to be working with. If you can, it’s best to meet in person but if that’s not an option, the next best thing is to have a video conference with the individual or individuals you’ll be conducting business with.

At Materialize Labs we are glad to do in-person meetings especially if you’re in the Los Angeles area. If your not, then we would do an online meet. We understand that when you’re going to spend your hard-earned money you want to know who you’re going to be dealing with. Our team is very knowledgeable and can answer any questions you might have regarding your future project.

Make Sure You Ask the Right Questions

Often times this is overlooked but is very important. You need to make sure you take the time and have a list of questions. This is the only way you’ll be able to make an informed decision as to wheatear or not the programmer you’re considering is indeed the one that you should go with. When it comes to hiring anyone for any project no matter what magnitude, due diligence does go a long way.

At Materialize Labs our trained staff can answer all your questions that you may have regarding your future project. We understand (especially if this is your first time hiring a programmer) that you might not know where to start or what to do so we will guide you thought the whole process for point A to Z to ensure that you get exactly what you’ve envisioned.

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