Are You a Professional Freelancer?
Gun.io was borne to connect talented FOSS technologists with discerning and quality-focused software companies. Today, our ambitions are much greater. We're creating a new framework for all knowledge work.
Maybe Monday-Friday, 9-5 fits for manufacturing. It doesn't compute for knowledge work where the best solutions-focused problem-solving gets done outside the office.
This freedom comes at a price: you must master yourself and your craft.
We're seeking full-time freelancers skilled in software development (of all kinds). This includes:
Product Managers, ScrumMasters, UI/UX professionals, designers, project managers, full-stack developers, front-end developers, back-end developers, QA, DevOps, SecOps, 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 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 Freelancer (PF) teams 100% during conflict
+ We maintain strict scrum discipline and quality standards
+ We remove low-performing team members quickly and with dignity
+ We honor your feedback with expedient, transparent communication and implementation
+ We compensate at market rates with integrity, durability, and fairness
+ We honor PF crafts(wo)men with a guild-like, disciplined mentality
PS - Want to find out more about Professional Freelancers? Read up here!
By now, you know our reputation on HackerNews, Reddit, and other spots for taking care of our community. Join up and get serious about becoming a Professional Freelancer.
+ “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 Gun.io has, for the first time, allowed me to fit work into my life instead of life into my work.”