I’m stepping up my open source hacking exploits on the Liquidware Antipasto blog into a whole new realm of activity, and I’m looking for a fellow hacker and developer who has experience programming Android GUI’s. Obviously everything and anything coded for a Liquidware or Antipasto project will get open sourced, and there are a number of applications and ideas for projects I have that I’d love to work on.
A number of companies are asking for Liquidware’s help developing handheld apps, and I’d like to code them in Android. The work is part time for now, and probably perfect for a college, graduate, recent graduate, or programmer looking for extra work on the side.
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