Angular Consultant For Hire



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If you’re looking for an Angular consultant, you’re in the right place.

And...

If the thought of finding a cheap Angular freelancer on some freelancing website makes you cringe, then read on. 👇

I know the frustration of trying to find a high-quality software consultant. It looks something like this…

It’s 10:15 AM and today is the day that you absolutely must find the Angular consultant that has the experience you need. You’re determined to get this DONE.

You ask a friend who’s a coder if they have any suggestions or know of an Angular expert that can help you. “All the experts I know are overbooked and busy” says your friend and then turns back to their computer and starts pecking the keyboard again.

Sigh.

Where can you find the Angular consultant you’re looking for?

In despair, you go to Upwork and post a job description and decide to let it cook for a few hours to see if you can get any promising proposals.

Now it’s 1:30 PM.

You’ve had a great lunch with a colleague and just got back from a quick team meeting. But you still haven’t found the Angular talent that you need.

So you go back to Upwork to check to see if your post for an Angular consultant has received any good proposals.

But…

All you’ve received so far are proposals that sound like a robotic salesman.

No one even acknowledges that they’re sorry to hear you haven’t found the talent you need yet.

And there’s even one proposal where the guy bid to do an entire month's worth of work for only $55!

Your day is more than half ways disappeared and you still haven’t found the Angular consultant you badly need.

If that describes you then… I have you covered.

There’s a much better way to find and hire the Angular consultant or freelancer that you need…

And it doesn’t involve sifting through dozens of proposals.

Or spending 2 hours reading 34 resumes. And another 2 hours trying to decide which one is your best option - only to have the Angular expert you need disappear.

If you’re looking for an Angular consultant to help you and your company succeed, then you’re at the right spot.


About Me


My name is Daniel and I help companies build and maintain their own profitable Angular app.

I'm really bad at many things.

I don't know how to change the oil in my car.

I don’t know how to sell and can't market my way out of a paper bag.

I’ve no clue how to play computer games.

And I don't even have a Twitter, Instagram or Facebook account.

But I do know how to help my clients and their teams build profitable Angular applications.

I've written dozens of articles about Angular that are scattered across Medium, Dev, JavaScript in Plain English, ITNEXT and other random publications that have been viewed more than 117,296 times.

Not to long ago I showed up as an invited guest on the Adventures in Angular podcast to discuss how to build high-performant Angular applications.

I've also contributed to the Angular project. And some other popular open source projects like Tensorflow, Angular and ASP.NET Core.

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Angular might be hard to master, but once you know how to use it you'll feel like a million bucks. I mean... that's how it was for me anyway. 😄


So, how do I hire you?


If you'd like to discuss the possibility of working together then let me make one thing clear.

I might not be available for hire.

Why?

Because I'm bombarded with work opportunities every single day and there's no way I can satisfy everyone. Plus, I’ve got a little son that enjoys all the attention I give.

No, this isn’t a gimmick. And I'm not a jerk. It's just that if you hire me as an Angular consultant, you get my absolute best... and so right now I'm flat out busy helping others.

However, if you’re desperate and really want to work together you can contact me using the form at the bottom of this page or schedule a call here.

And if you're lucky enough, you'll snag me. But you might have to be persistent.


Reasons you might NOT want to hire me


  • I’m not the cheapest option out there. If you want something cheap go to Upwork. I used to work there too.
  • I am a follower of Christ and refuse to work on any Angular project that’s associated with common plagues in society like porn, smoking, drinking, gambling, etc…
  • I’m usually overbooked so if you’re looking for fast, quick help then I’m probably not your person.
  • I rarely charge an hourly rate but prefer to charge per project or based on my performance and the value of the benefits I bring you and your company.


How did you become an Angular consultant?


So, where did I get my skill?

Well, this is normally the part where I’d boast about boring stuff like my fancy computer science degree, formal training, etc…

But the thing is… I never went to college. And I freely admit it.

I had never learned to code until I picked up Dennis Ritchie’s book on C programming and painstakingly copied the examples I didn’t understand, into an IDE I didn’t know how to run to create a “Hello World” program I had no idea could be debugged.

That was back when I was 16 and since then I’ve written code for various projects and 100’s of users with...

  • C++
  • Java
  • JavaScript
  • Typescript
  • C#
  • Python
  • PHP

But where did I get my Angular experience? And how did I become an Angular consultant?

Way back in the beginning of 2017 I decided to learn AngularJS.

And then a few months later I created the initial commit for a project that would become my first commercial AngularJS application.

By the middle of 2018 I had created and launched multiple AngularJS applications into production for 3 different companies.

Meanwhile, I kept hearing about this new kid on the block called Angular so I decided to check it out.

About a year later, I migrated an AngularJS application that I had written to Angular.

And to date, I’ve written more than 88,381 lines of Angular code (no, I didn’t grab that number outta thin air) in over a dozen different Angular applications.

You can also check out some of the articles I’ve written.

Here’s the only Angular performance guide you’ll ever need to read.

Need to test your Angular application? Here’s how to get started.

Need a dynamic form? Here’s how to do it with Angular.

Want to learn how to do cool things with the Angular CLI? Check this out.


So, what’s next?


If you’re looking for an Angular consultant and think we might be a good fit then you use the form below to contact me.

Or if you’d rather schedule a call, then here’s the place to do it.

And if you're lucky enough, you'll snag me. But you might have to be persistent.

Best wishes!


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