[Freeswitch-users] seeking a (paid) contractor/firm to develop an application leveraging Freeswitch

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Sat Oct 11 09:07:19 PDT 2008

Cool, We'll look for you in IRC!
I'm sure with all that experience you can lend a hand in FS too!

On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 7:21 PM, Larry Edelstein <ribs at acm.org> wrote:

> Hi Brian -
> I'm interested in this work and would like to talk to you more about
> it.  I am an experienced engineer with 20 years of professional
> software development under my belt, including several years of
> contracting.  My resume is attached.
> My qualifications should fit your needs pretty well:
> - 7 years of Java software development experience, as well as 13+ of
> C/C++/Ruby/Python/Javascript/assembler/etc.
> - experienced lead engineer - coding standards, SCM, branching and
> merging, deployment, build engineering
> - full-stack engineer - administering DNS, webservers, open-source &
> proprietary RDBMS, J2EE appservers
> - lots of Linux/Unix, of course, as well as FreeBSD, Windows
> I have some experience with Freeswitch, on Linux.  I have built it
> occasionally since early this year, and have run it on an Amazon EC2
> instance from time to time, both from my own build, and from the one
> included in the custom AMIs that Brian West has made available .
> Although I haven't put it into serious production use, I have
> configured it various ways and connected to it; I've used DiDs as well
> as SIP phones with it, and scripted it with Java and Javascript.  In
> general, I'd really like a chance to work more with it.  If it's any
> use, I have some experience with XMPP/Jabber, too.
> Please contact me - I'm in San Francisco and would be happy to chat
> about the work you're doing.  I'll be going out of town and off the
> grid late this evening, but will be available again on Monday evening.
> Regards,
> Larry Edelstein
> On 10/8/08, Brian B <freeswitch at brian-burt.com> wrote:
> > My startup now has budget for a development contract for an application
> > heavily leveraging Freeswitch conferencing.
> >
> > We'll have a web GUI component, an application logic layer, and a layer
> > handling the telephony controls.  We could break this project up so that
> > you'd only handle the latter telephony controls (translating some higher
> > level commands into FS commands, and passing events back up the chain).
>  I'm
> > presuming that layer will be in Java.
> >
> > OR, if you/the developer is comfortable writing an Ajax or Flex/Flash GUI
> as
> > well, one person/firm could handle all of it.
> >
> > Please let me know if you have availability, and send along information
> > about you (or your firm).  A portfolio and/or resume is ideal.
> >
> > We're in San Francisco, California, but you could be anywhere.
> >
> > I'm the hiring manager and you can email me directly.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > -Brian
> > freeswitch at brian-burt.com
> >
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