What is a check sheet when you select a cool coder who is not ashamed to slip to the client?
1. check sheet
2. the average check for a job
3. how much time spends a good web designer 1 page (simple page 6 - 10 screens with different blocks a couple of forms)?
4. Concurrently configuring the metric GA do ? what are the prices for this ?
demario.Reil answered on September 18th 19 at 23:46
I think 300-500r per hour is a lot for a good verstalshchik
Luther_Kunze answered on September 18th 19 at 23:48
Until I see concrete work concrete specialist is unlikely to be able to determine how good it is)
People - not computers, they do not happen if (all_checked) I_am_superman = true. The price tag - and the Lam for shit to do, and for a penny perfectly. There is a correlation between price tag and quality, but it is small. At the time did not know, but personally, I get a page a day, if you average all that I did. Met a coder, who is 3 pages a week and a half did, and those using zh_opu (although the Manager of the company said that it was their best programmer). Here, too, there is no single "standard", for short.
What is meant by the setting of a metric? It is in the sense to register for the service and paste the code just copied from there? So here the Secretary can handle it.
Abbey_Hettinger answered on September 18th 19 at 23:50
3. As long as you need.
Rachael.Langosh answered on September 18th 19 at 23:52
It seems to me that the person who is poorly versed in the field, will not be able to distinguish the specialists from the ordinary. Look at examples of work that is already there. To present a portfolio of work similar to those he faces.
carmelo_Daugherty answered on September 18th 19 at 23:54
it is this practice of cooperation. Ie, have a job, to a specialist - depending on the result of further work. At the time, if you have a normal landing, without any bells and whistles - within a day can be managed. In General, if you are looking for a designer - look at the exchanges themselves will find and tell you prices and terms.