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Questions for professional programmers who are often contracted out for various positions rather than being part of a company.

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There are a number of products in the marketplace that perform "content filtering" of various forms. (A Google search on some obvious terms throws up some obvious candidates.) It is probably a bette …
answered Mar 3 '11 by Stephen C
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@jmoreno's answer is spot on. And another good thing about GPL (or open source in general) is that it frees you from worrying about what the customer might do with your "proprietary" code after you h …
answered Jun 9 '13 by Stephen C
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Here are a couple of ideas: Estimate (guess) how much money you are likely to make using the code in the future. Multiply that by something and charge them that. Offer the source code on the condit …
answered Aug 27 '12 by Stephen C
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Unless you have a previous agreement (i.e. a contract) that covers this, you probably have little choice in the matter from a legal stand-point. (Talk to an IP / Copyright lawyer) If the client c …
answered May 26 '13 by Stephen C
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I think you are being paranoid. If they are interviewing phone screening 10 people, that's roughly 10 man-hours they are spending in on this phase of the interviewing. Plus the cost of advertizing t …
answered Aug 15 '11 by Stephen C