[Python] Who can develop the following Python script into working application ?
Diez B. Roggisch
Sep 21, 2007 at 11:26 am
Please help and let me know your terms.
There are websites dedicated to this - like e.g.
Make an offer there.
: Please help and let me know your terms. Darius
: Ok Diez, Do you really think only Gurus from Guru.com can help me ? Do really need a middle-man ? As you see, I am not developer of that code. Henri responded to me, code was intended for developers. It doesn't really look complicated or high-tech. Script should connect to a remote web site and get xml formatted data as a response to a query string http request, read data and inject into SQL database. Is Python not fit to a task of this kind ? Is there no a library of Python free scripts to
Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch
: What makes you think it is? This group is about the Python programming language, discussing it and helping people to learn it. It seems that people here don't like fixing code for free for people who are not interested in the language themselves. There are platforms like guru.com or rentacoder.com for such assignments. Ciao, Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch From http Sat Sep 22 08:38:38 2007 From: http (Paul Rubin) Date: 21 Sep 2007 23:38:38 -0700 Subject: Would Anonymous Functions Help in Learning
Diez B. Roggisch
: No, it's neither complicated nor difficult. And you know what? Not only for expierenced, but also for inexperienced developers it's an easy language. And this community here is an extremely helpful and kind one. But what it isn't is a forum to ask other to do your work FOR FREE. And get kinky about it if they refuse to do so... And as you said yourself: """ Frankly speaking I would prefer to pay for your kind assistance as it may take me to much time to learn some Python and understand the
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