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I just thought I would post this up on here as I know a lot of you are ...
23rd October 2013, 10:27 PM #1
[Project] Open Autism Community - Web Developers
I just thought I would post this up on here as I know a lot of you are thriving developers and so are maybe looking for a bit of extra work to get your teeth into as a freelance developer or/ maybe even work for a company that might be interested in such work.
I have been working quite closely with this charity for quite a few years as I did some work for them a few years ago and have stayed in contact as I think the work they do is pretty amazing, they have recently reached out for developers that they require for a project they are looking to kick off fairly soon.
It is open to both freelance developers & development companies.
To build a space online, separate from social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, where people affected by autism can share their lives, stories, hopes, questions, thoughts and advice. We also want it to be a place that empowers people with the tools to connect to others near them, and create their own, smaller, sustainable networks of support in their local area.
You can find out in-depth information on requirements etc. here: http://www.autismwestmidlands.org.uk...mcommunity.pdf
If you wish to find out further information then you are open to contact:
Email: sarahf [at] autismwestmidlands.org.uk
Feel free to post on here if you wish, and I will relay it back and edit this post accordingly if required.
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