Cubethulhu wrote:I have an idea for a pretty simple program that could potential make a lot of money. So right now I'm at the planing stage and am currently trying to find out rough cost of the project. So I was wondering how much programers cost on average. Taking into account the project is rather simple and I probably will only need one.
addams wrote:This forum has some very well educated people typing away in loops with Sourmilk. He is a lucky Sourmilk.
Panonadin wrote:If it's very basic, the above is true, learning programming isn't too difficult for simple things.
However, more detail is needed to give you even a ball park.
poochyena wrote:me being an amateur programmer, if someone asked me to program something but didn't know what to pay me, i would just ask for like 10% or 20% of the profit they make from the program or something o.O
any amateur programmer would be cheap since there mainly gonna do it for the experience probably
douglasm wrote:To add to this, you are almost certainly underestimating the complexity and difficulty of your program. Very few people who aren't programmers themselves really have a good grasp on just how complicated it can be.
douglasm wrote:If you describe the program more, we could give you more specific advice. Heck, someone (or even me) might offer in this thread to make it for you.
cjmcjmcjmcjm wrote:If it can't be done in an 80x24 terminal, it's not worth doing
Meem1029 wrote:douglasm wrote:If you describe the program more, we could give you more specific advice. Heck, someone (or even me) might offer in this thread to make it for you.
Very true. Honestly, there's a chance that someone (me for example) might just decide that it's a fun problem and do it because it's interesting. And I almost guarantee you that if it's an idea that is both simple and could make you a lot of money, someone has thought of it before.
Cubethulhu wrote:The idea is a program that would scan your computer (With your permission of course.) then proceed to analyze what kind of build you have for your computer. The idea being it would tell you what you could upgrade with your current rig and what you would have to upgrade in order to get the most out of your current rig.
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