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Contract Part-Time was born from the F/OSS community as a way to connect open source developers with amazing gigs.

 We spent years building a community of the best technical talent in the States - now several thousand strong.

We take our cues from the engineers in our fold: what’s blocking the best talent from working with the best teams? What is impeding fast, scalable growth for software companies? Those are the problems we think are worth solving - and around which we’ve built our business.

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We're seeking full-time freelancers skilled in software development (of all kinds). This includes:
Full-stack developers, front-end developers, back-end developers, QA, DevOps, SecOps,. Product Managers, Scrum Masters, UI/UX professionals, designers, project managers, etc. If you consider yourself a member of the technology community — we've got a client looking to engage you.

Here's why you should be interested in working with us:
+ We only accept clients with interesting product development challenges
+ We only accept clients who are interested in maintaining durable and enduring freelance relationships
+ We only accept clients who are willing to pay top dollar for top talent
+ We back our Professional Freelancers 100% during conflict
+ We maintain strict quality standards
+ We remove low-performing Professional Freelancers quickly and with dignity
+ We honor your feedback with expedient, transparent communication and implementation
+ We compensate at market rates with integrity, durability, and fairness

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+ “One of the best teams I’ve ever worked with.”
+ "There’s visible, constant improvement; it’s not just lip service.”
+ "You guys paid for my Jeep Wrangler."
+ “Working with has, for the first time, allowed me to fit work into my life instead of life into my work.”