How to Find & Hire Developers For Your Startup in 2022 (2023)

If you’re running a startup with some kind of digital technology in it, you’ll inevitably have to find and hire developers at some point. Being successful at that could easily make or break your business, so it’s extremely important to make sure you’re on the right path.

Below, we’ll talk about where and how you can find and hire startup developers. More importantly, however, we’ll help you understand the needs of your business so that you can choose the most appropriate of the many options you have for solving this problem.

Here is the decision tree you should follow when finding startup developers to understand your circumstances better:

How to Find & Hire Developers For Your Startup in 2022 (1)

TLDR: Where to Find Developers for Your Startup

How to Find & Hire Developers For Your Startup in 2022 (2)

Where to find in-house developers?

  • Local recruiters and job agencies
  • Local social media (LinkedIn, Facebook)
  • Job boards: AngelList, Mashable, CrunchBoard, TechCrunch
  • GitHub
  • StackOverflow
  • Tech conferences
  • Meetups
  • Hackathons

Where to find freelance developers?

  • Upwork
  • Guru
  • TopTal
  • Crossover
  • Most other freelance marketplaces
  • Agencies that can match you with a full team

Where to find software development companies?

  • Tech Conferences
  • Local referrals
  • Agencies that specialize in specific markets or industries and can match you with the right company

Hiring Developers for Stage 1: Idea to MVP

One of the biggest mistakes you can make is to start paying a developer to make your vision into reality before your idea is validated. The biggest expense in tech startups are development costs, and over-spending before you have solid confirmation that what you’re building is needed by the market is the easiest way to lose your time and money.

More than 35% of startups fail because of a lack of product market fit. The biggest tech mistake for a startup you can make is to over-spend on unnecessary tech.

So, you need to find a way to create your minimum viable product at very little cost, which would in turn allow you to test your assumptions and see if your idea is valid.

There are two ways to do this:

  • A member of your founding team who is an experienced developer can do it for you.
  • You can use no-code solutions to create an MVP without the need of a developer.

The important question here is: Is innovative tech central to your startup?

You might not need a developer for a low-tech startup:

For example, if your startup is an online store, the core of your business is the products you are selling, rather than the online store itself.

In 2022, you don’t need a tech person to set up a good-enough eCommerce website. Most of the work would be in the realm of marketing and operations, very little would be in the realm of software development, so finding a tech person for your team could be redundant.

There are plenty of good no-code services that you can use to do it yourself regardless of your tech background. For example, for eCommerce, the market leader is Shopify.

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What no-code solutions to use for an MVP?

The key here is to realize that an MVP’s goal is to provide you with a tool to validate your idea. MVP’s aren’t meant to scale well (although they could if they are simple enough), they are just meant to give your first customers a good idea of what you are trying to sell them. This means that you can “cheat” by doing manually a lot of the things that should be automated when you want them to scale.

Sometimes, as in the example above, the tech side of your idea could be as simple as just building a Shopify website or a WordPress blog with an embedded MailChimp sign-up form for a mailing list. Other times, you need to be a bit more creative to stitch together something a bit more original:

Frontend no-code startup solutions:

The part facing your customers. You can use most no-code website builders to create a landing page and an array of static pages that would imitate the user experience of your final product (although it’s a good idea to distill the user experience to the most essential parts).

The most popular and simplest tools you can use are:

Backend no-code startup solutions:

Here you can be a bit more creative to imitate the desired backend functionality of your website/app. First and foremost, you need a person with a computer: your founding team can manually do the tasks that your product is supposed to automate in the future. To make their job easier, however, you can use Zapier + any other relevant apps. For example, Zapier + Google Docs (Forms and Sheets) could be a great no-code way to generate a database.

Anotherviable option would be using Bubble as a tool for both your frontend and backend, but it has a steep learning curve for absolute beginners. Softr is the another viable option.

The key is to keep it simple enough so that your founding team could concentrate on the non-tech core of your business.

To understand no-code even better, you can check out our no-code vs custom development article.

You need to find a technical co-founder for a high-tech startup:

It’s possible, however, that the startup you are building is tech-heavy. In that case, you need a technical cofounder. Said cofounder could still use all of the no-code (and open-source) solutions out there to stitch together a working MVP faster, but they would have the experience and technical knowledge to customize things much more heavily to take the MVP to the level it needs to be to look professional.

Where to find a tech co-founder for your startup?

The answer is different depending on where you are located, but there are plenty of options.

Your own network is the common-sense answer. Much more useful if you know more people in the IT industry, but even if you don’t it's still worth posting on your social media that you are looking for such a person.

Outside of your network, you can try your luck in the natural habitats of software developers online and offline.

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In offline situations, you can use the opportunity to mingle and grow your network in the local IT industry. Even if you don’t find your partner directly, ask for recommendations: people might be willing to introduce you to developers interested in early-stage startups.

  • ‍Coworking spaces: An “office” for freelancers and tech nomads are a good place to network.
  • Tech conferences: Name a technology that you need for your project, and there’ll be a relevant conference for it. Look for conferences that are close to you and join them.
  • Meetups and hackathons: These are probably the best places to see the skills of potential partners in action.

In online communities, be forthcoming and make sure to pitch your idea (and yourself) briefly and convincingly in the most popular developer communities. Consider if a remote cofounder is OK for you. If not, limit your search to local online communities.

  • Social media groups (Facebook groups for developers, etc.)
  • Developer, technology, and startup subreddits
  • GitHub
  • Stack Overflow
  • Job boards: AngelList, Mashable, CrunchBoard, TechCrunch

How to attract an experienced tech cofounder for your idea?

To attract the right tech cofounder, you need to make sure you do a good job of selling your startup idea. You wouldn’t want a non-competent, non-committed partner, but this applies to the other side as well. You need to convince the person of your domain knowledge, of the quality of your idea, of the skills you bring to the table, and of your serious intentions.

The process of attracting a technical cofounder isn’t much different from the process of finding an investor. The only difference is that in the first case you’re convincing a person to invest their time in the project, while in the other you’re convincing a person to invest their money. Both assets are very valuable and people generally don’t want to waste them.

You need to act professionally in order to attract a professional partner.

How to vet potential tech co-founders if you’re not a tech person yourself?

The most important thing to realize here is that you are not a tech expert yourself. This means that you are not in a position to judge someone else’s tech expertise accurately.

  • Experience and portfolio: Have they worked on something similar? Take a look and test some of the past products they have worked on. Don’t partner-up with people that can’t show you something tangible they’ve created.
  • Referrals: Before committing, make sure to talk to someone that has previously worked with them, preferably a person that has some tech knowledge.
  • Availability: The person could be very knowledgeable and great-to-work-with, but if they are too busy with other projects this could be a red flag – you need someone committed.

Hiring Developers for Stage 2:MVPto Scale-Up

So, either through no-code solutions or through and awesome tech co-founder, you have created your MVP. You’ve run your validation tests and the results are positive – you have proof of concept, you have customers, you have product-market fit. Congratulations, you are a real startup!

It’s time to transition the MVP to a meaningful, self-sustaining, scalable business, which probably means writing a lot more code than you did so far.

Once you have a budget, there are a lot of ways you can get code written for you. The best option, however, once again depends on your circumstances.

The important question you need to ask is: Is tech an important point of value and differentiation for your business?

To return to the previous example, if you are running an eCommerce business, it most probably isn’t. However, if your eCommerce platform is different in any way from a standard online shop and that’s a reason for people to become your customers, then the answer changes.

Notice that the emphasis here isn’t on innovation, but rather on value and differentiation. This is because for an MVP you care more about the difficulty of the tech problem. Once your project becomes a real business, however, you start caring about the overall impact of the tech as well as competition much more.

  • If the implications of tech are big for your business, you generally speaking need a Chief Technical Officer even if you are doing something non-innovative tech-wise.
  • If the implications of tech for your startup are not that big, it’s generally speaking a better idea to outsource the whole tech side of your business.

How to find a CTO for your startup?

The process of searching for a CTO for your startup isn’t much different than the process of searching for a technical cofounder, so you can easily follow the advice from above in regards to where to find the developer you need and how to attract them.

That said, there is one fundamental difference:

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When searching for a non-founder CTO, you are generally speaking offering a (competitive) salary alongside any performance-based pay. This means that the pool of candidates would be much larger compared to your pool of candidates for the co-founder position. The presence of direct pay means people would have a higher incentive to over-sell themselves and the skillset they bring to the table.

Yet, you are still not a technical person and not in a position to judge the technical capabilities of developers. This means that if you have the budget for it (and you probably do if you are in the position to hire a CTO in the first place), it’s a very good idea to employ a (local) professional recruiter to help you with the process of effectively vetting your CTO prospects. You shouldn’t outsource the search for a CTO entirely. This is a key person in your organization, so it’s worthwhile to try to use your own channels to attract the best possible candidates. However, once you do, you need to vet them together with someone that can judge their skills and experience effectively.

Once you have your CTO, it would be up to him to find and organize the programmers that would write the code for your startup. The CTO generally speaking has two options:

Freelance developers vs In-house developers

The traditional approach would be to hire in-house developers, but generally, this is more problematic than it seems and often is not the easiest approach.

You need to consider a couple of important questions:

  • Do you think you can hire developers in a competitive marketplace?

First of all, depending on where you are located, developers are quite expensive and there is usually a high demand for them. Would you be able to offer good-enough conditions (money + extras) to attract and to retain your developers? Being able to attract only junior devs and having a high employee turnover rate could become a big problem.

  • Do you think you can keep them busy all the time?

If your startup is very tech-centric, there would probably be enough work to go around. But if it isn’t and there is downtime, you are simply wasting resources. Freelancers and development companies could work on a case by case basis, but the in-house developer salaries are running no matter if there is enough work to go around or not.

  • Are you financially stable?

Hiring in-house staff is a long-term financial commitment. If your business is financially volatile, a too-big in-house team could mean bankruptcy. The story of Sharkius is a great example of that: "I made mistakes in people management, hiring too fast, firing too slow."

Startups are often volatile and risky, which means that the flexibility of contractors (freelancers or companies) could be a major selling point. Downsizing is much slower and more painful with an in-house team.

  • Do you think you have challenging work to keep your developers fulfilled?

Low-tech products often deal with repetitive, not-challenging enough tech tasks and problems. This means that they are not the ideal career opportunity for the most ambitious, capable developers. You could find yourself with a high churn rate simply because of the nature of your business, which is not ideal.

If you meet all of the criteria from above, then having an in-house team could be the best option simply because it brings a lot of intangible benefits opposed to remote, freelancer teams – culture, motivation, community, easier communication, etc.

If you have access to a lot of resources and the tech problems you are solving are challenging enough, it might be worth it to try to build a top in-house team. For most startups in the MVP to Scale-up stage, however, it’s prudent to keep the in-house dev team as small as possible and to outsource most tech-work to freelancers (or consultancies) simply because of the lower costs and higher flexibility. Managing a remote team could be challenging, but the benefits usually outweigh the costs for startups.

On remote teams:

One of the biggest selling points of an in-house team is that you can physically put everyone in the same place, which (as mentioned) produces a lot of intangible benefits - culture, loyalty, easier communication, etc. Moreover, the proximity and easy access to people makes project management a bit easier. Thanks to Covid, however, most offices were forced to transition to (at least partial) remote work. This presents a dilemma: if you are hiring right now, is it worth it to go for full-time in-house developers when your experience with them wouldn’t be much different than your experience with a remote freelancer team? Of course, if you are trying to lock-in high-tier talent to your organization, you might want to do it anyway, but otherwise it makes the case for full-time developer teams for startups even weaker.

Moreover, there are indications that the remote trend in tech is here to stay, which means you are extremely unlikely to avoid remote teamwork regardless if you go for full-time employees or freelancers. This means it’s vital to teach yourself how to manage a remote team.

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Where to find and hire in-house developers:

You are most likely hiring for your local market, which means it’s best to stick to local offline online events and communities that we mentioned in the “finding a tech cofounder” part (LinkedIn, local Facebook groups, Hackathons, Tech Conferences, etc.) combined with the traditional local hiring methods (recruiters, job agencies, etc.).

Make sure you combine the tech competence of your CTO with good HR practices (and ideally HR professionals to help you write job descriptions and do effective interviews) to attract and select the best candidates.

Where to find and hire freelance developers:

From freelance portals. Websites such as Upwork and Guru are the most popular places to search for tech talent, but usually for short-term remote projects. If you’re planning something ambitious, you can consider the pre-vetted freelance platforms such as TopTal and Crossover.‍

(Just mentioning, it’s possible to have a CTO and to hire a contractor – a software development company, instead of building a freelance team. This is rarer, however, simply because it’s more expensive and having a CTO would make part of the development company’s job redundant.)

How to find and hire developers if you don’t have a CTO:

As mentioned above, if tech as a whole isn’t a point of differentiation and added value in your startup, then hiring a CTO might be redundant even when your business is growing.

It’s a totally viable (and often the right) decision to fully outsource the tech side of your business. This generally speaking means that you won’t be hiring individual developers, you would be hiring developer companies.

The full-service software development company would give you the benefits of a CTO + a developer team in a package. Since you’re getting consulting + project management + writing code in one place, it usually is an expensive option. Nonetheless, if tech is not the core of your business it could still turn out cheaper than an in-house team while remaining as flexible as a freelance team.

The big question here is if you should go for a local or overseas IT consultancy. This is a similar question to the in-house vs freelance (remote) decision. Generally speaking, local would give you more convenience and intangible benefits (similar culture, same time-zone, easier communication, etc.) while overseas would cost less money.

If you are based in an expensive-to-live location (North America, Western Europe, etc.), going for an offshore developer could save you a lot of money. If you live in India, China, Eastern Europe, or any country with a good IT industry and lower costs of living, however, it’s quite straightforward that you should go for a local company (the savings for going overseas would be minimal).

Where can you find the right software development company for your startup?

If you are searching for a local developer, you should search for local resources to help you out with your decision. Leverage your network and ask for referrals.

If you decide to go for an offshore IT consultancy, however, you’d have to find help online. is the market leader and provides an extensive database of developer agencies and consultancies, allowing you to filter by technologies, location, price, and providing vetted reviews, which makes finding potential candidates easier.

Final Remarks

So, in order to find and hire the right developers for your startup, you need to understand your startup in two important dimensions:

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The importance of tech for your startup and difficulty of the tech problem together with the developmental stage of your startup determine if you need a tech cofounder/CTO and if you should outsource or hire developers.

Once you have this understanding, simply go to the most relevant online or offline places (that we listed in the beginning of the article) and start searching for the right people!

Since we are heavily involved in the dev space, make sure to reach out to us if you have questions - we might be able to assist you and make recommendations and introductions.


How do I find a developer to work with? ›

Where to Find and Hire Developers for Your Startup
  1. Freelancing Platforms. ...
  2. Find a Developer in Students Competitions. ...
  3. Local Recruitment Agencies. ...
  4. Look for Developers in Job Boards. ...
  5. Social Networking (Twitter, Facebook) ...
  6. Developers on Reddit. ...
  7. Hiring Marketplace to Find Developers. ...
  8. Remote Staffing Agency.

How many developers do I need to hire? ›

The developer count on your team largely depends on the scale of the project but in general, your team should have two to three developers.

How can I attract more developers? ›

Strategies for Attracting and Retaining Software Developers
  1. Offer Competitive Compensation Packages. ...
  2. Hone Your Recruitment and Hiring Process. ...
  3. Appeal to Your Candidate's Personal Values. ...
  4. Provide Opportunities for Creativity. ...
  5. Establish a Strong Company Culture. ...
  6. Offer Ample Training and Resources.
Aug 5, 2021

How much does it cost to hire a team of developers? ›

Consultancy TypeConsultancy Size (employees)Hourly Rate
Mid-Market Class25 - 100$110 - $220
Small Class5 - 10$82 - $137
Freelance Developers1$27 - $330
Offshore Developers500+$27 - $55
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How do I hire a startup developer? ›

7 Steps To Hiring Developers For a Startup
  1. Step 1 - Specify your business needs. ...
  2. Step 2 - Determine the employment model. ...
  3. Step 3 - Choose a country to hire from. ...
  4. Step 4 - Finding necessary specialists. ...
  5. Step 5 - Verify the expertise. ...
  6. Step 6 - Conduct interviews. ...
  7. Step 7 - Start the job.

How do I get an application developer for my startup? ›

Before you hire an app developer, it's crucial to verify their experience in the field. Look for candidates or vendors who have built good apps in the past. Check their portfolio, ask them to provide references from their clientele. There are a lot of B2B directories that can help you find the right fit.

How many software developers does a startup need? ›

That's it; you need a team with a minimum of five Software Engineers to launch a Startup. If you want to know how I got to that number, stick around. That's it; you need a team with a minimum of five Software Engineers to launch a Startup.

How many developers should be in a development team? ›

According to the Scrum Guide, the development team should be between three and nine people and should have all the skills necessary to deliver product increments. The number of developers is usually dictated by the needs of the product and usually is between two and five developers in a scrum team.

How many developers does it take to make an app? ›

So at a minimum, any project to create a successful mobile app really needs from 4 to 10 people on the team. For example, we had to allocate 6 developers, one Project Manager, and one Account Manager to help Adventure Aide with their product launch and growth.

How do I find a talented software engineer? ›

While employee referrals are effective, you're more likely to find engineers on online career sites. Open source code contributors, blogs and online technical postings, and conferences are some of the best places to find talent, but you need to network if you want to catch their attention.

How can I attract and retain software developer? ›

Attracting the Right People
  1. Job Posting. Tech recruiters know that when it comes to hiring software developers, it all starts with a carefully balanced job posting. ...
  2. Interviewing. ...
  3. The Job Offer. ...
  4. Training. ...
  5. Resources. ...
  6. Organization. ...
  7. Communication (Periodic Meetings) ...
  8. Assigning Objectives and Following Up.

How do I find a senior developer? ›

Visit the portfolio website that they've created for themselves. We particularly recommend developers that have their own site and not just a LinkedIn profile. If they don't have their own portfolio website, then check out the projects that they've worked on and the technologies that they've used.

How much do freelance developers charge per hour? ›

Most guidance puts developers somewhere between $61-100 as an hourly rate. CodeMentorX's data dips as low as $41 per hour, and reaches a top-end $160 for every 60 minutes a developer works.

What do software developers charge per hour? ›

Middle-level and senior pros require $23-$40 to $40-$65 for their hourly services respectively. Senior-level experts charge $35 to $51 on average, whereas the hourly wage for coders with less experience reaches $25-$34.

How much should a freelance developer charge? ›

Reasonably skilled freelance web designers make about $75 per hour. This figure can vary though, according to CSS-Tricks. Website Builder Expert estimates that the cost to design a website is $30 to $80 per hour and the cost to develop it is $100 to $180 per hour.

How do I find my startup web developer? ›

So how to find the right web developer for your startup?
  1. Ask your friends, investors, or people you worked with before. ...
  2. Look at his previous works, but do not just look at the visual design of the web page. ...
  3. Communication is very important during the cooperation between him and the whole team.

How much does it cost to hire someone to develop an app? ›

Many factors influence the price, depending on the complexity of the app development, at 40$ per hour, the average cost will be: Simple App Development Cost – $40,000 to $60,000. Average App Development Cost – $60,000 to $150,000. Complex App Development Cost – from $300,000.

Can I pay someone to make an app for me? ›

Pay a freelancer to create your app for you.

The reason is because the software consulting companies charge clients an hourly rate that is marked up from what they're actually paying their employees. That's how they make money! You can find some really decent developers and designers for ~$50/hour.

What do you call someone who creates apps? ›

An app developer is a computer software engineer whose primary responsibilities include creating, testing and programming apps for computers, mobile phones, and tablets.

Who do I need to create an app? ›

People Required to Create a Successful Mobile App
  1. Mobile Developer. A Mobile Developer is a person who understands and specializes in mobile applications and technology. ...
  2. Backend Developer. ...
  3. Designer. ...
  4. Tech Project Manager. ...
  5. Marketing Manager.

How do you split a development team? ›

Splitting our product team from a single team to several teams
  1. The problem – things start to slow down.
  2. Focus on your upcoming roadmap themes.
  3. Give the teams an identity.
  4. Coordinating the teams.
  5. Try separate meetings and processes for each team.
  6. Avoid micro teams.
  7. Sharing resource between teams.

What makes a good development team? ›

Great Development Teams know their real customers. They create the product keeping the end-users in mind. Through the communication with the product owner or/and stakeholders, they truly understand what are the desires of the end-users and are therefore able to make the right (technical) decisions.

How many product owners does a developer have? ›

It's recommended for one Area Product Owner to work with 2 to 8 Development Teams, which is what the standard version of the LeSS framework recommends. Likewise, it's recommended for Development Teams to have the option to exchange some stories between them in order to promote the idea of a common Project Backlog.

What percentage of apps succeed? ›

According to Gartner, less than 0.01 percent of all consumer mobile apps will become financially successful throughout 2018—yet apps continue to be a common development goal and product focus for new and aspiring entrepreneurs.

How long does it take for an app to be successful? ›

It will usually take 3 to 4 months to successfully develop an app that is ready for public release. When I say develop, I mean the engineering part of the process. This timeframe doesn't include the product definition or design stages of building a mobile app.

How long does it take to develop an app? ›

The average time to develop an app with Discovery, Design & Development, and Pre-launch stages is around 7 - 12 months. We found out what stages it takes to develop an app and team size doesn't often mean a shorter app development timeline. However, there's always a way to speed up the process.

How do I recruit a software developer? ›

Here are some of the best ways to fill your hiring pipeline:
  1. Personal networks. Using your personal network is one of the top ways to source candidates. ...
  2. Job boards. Job boards are a popular way to find software developers. ...
  3. Social media. ...
  4. Recruitment agencies. ...
  5. Job fairs. ...
  6. Professional societies. ...
  7. Conferences. ...
  8. Hiring events.
Mar 1, 2022

How do I approach a developer on Linkedin? ›

Tell people what makes them interesting to you and compliment them (don't be cheesy though). Be conversational and brief. Write like a person and don't just paste the job description in your message. People enjoy talking to other people – remember to stay human despite the iterative nature of InMail.

How do you attract junior developers? ›

How To Attract, Hire, and Retain Junior Developers
  1. Offer mentorship to junior developers.
  2. Map out the path of professional growth in your job description.
  3. Put your candidates first in the interview process.
  4. Offer interview prep materials.
  5. Tying it all together.
Oct 16, 2019

How do you retain engineering? ›

The 4 Best Strategies to Retain Engineering Talent
  1. Communicate opportunities for career progression. ...
  2. Lean in on your culture. ...
  3. Benefits and perks. ...
  4. Partner with a specialized staffing firm.

How do I find a tech lead? ›

How To Find A Good Tech Lead For Your Startup
  1. They're really great at delegating.
  2. They're able to balance active duty and management.
  3. They can see and appreciate the overall architecture.
  4. They understand they're being graded on the effectiveness of their team and not their own personal work.
Nov 12, 2018

How many hours a day do freelance programmers work? ›

Most people would say that the answer is 8-9 hours per day. Most programmers work 8 hours a day, but in those 8 hours, you have a lunch break, team meeting, and then the work that needs to be done on a computer, which is coding, researching, and all the other things that go with that.

How much should I charge to build a Wix website? ›

Skilled Wix web designers make about $75 per hour. The cost of designing a website by a Wix expert is between $50-$100 per hour, and developing is between $100-$200 per hour. Their hourly rate also depends on several factors.

How much should a freelancer charge for a website? ›

While prices differ from person to person, web design professionals typically charge between $50 to $80 per hour, with skilled freelance website designers making upwards of $75 per hour. A flat fee for a standard business website can range from $5,000 to $10,000, with an average of $6,760.

How much should I charge as a software consultant? ›

Software developer consultant rates range between $250-$850/h, depending on the consultant's experience level. They also work with large budgets but not as large as enterprise-level ones. Big-size companies have 100 to 1,000 developers and consultants, usually from a few offices around the world.

How much should a beginner web developer charge? ›

Web designer pay typically starts at $60 per hour. If you are seeking a web designer for a business website, it could cost you between $5,000 and $10,000, with the average price to set-up, design, build, and create original content for a basic website starting at $6,760.

How many hours does it take to design a website? ›

The time it takes to develop a website ranges from 150 to 500 hours. The website building process will go through various stages if you are getting it built from a technical partner. The project discovery phase, design phase, development phase, and website improvements phase.

How much should a website cost for a small business? ›

On average, creating a website for your small business can cost anywhere between $200 to upwards of $10,000. The total cost of a website depends on its size, complexity, and whether or not you hire a professional web designer. If you build your website yourself, you can save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars.

How do I find local programmers? ›

The 6 Best Sites for Hiring Freelance Programmers and Coders
  1. Toptal.
  2. Guru.
  3. Upwork.
  4. Freelancer.
  6. PeoplePerHour.
Nov 30, 2016

Where can I find good coders? ›

Here are the top 21 sites to hire a developer:
  1. Toptal. Toptal is a curated talent match-making freelance platform that connects skilled freelancers with noteworthy businesses and employers. ...
  2. Hired. ...
  3. Upwork. ...
  4. Fiverr. ...
  5. Gigster. ...
  6. People Per Hour. ...
  7. Dice. ...

Can I pay someone to code for me? ›

Yes, you can get done any programming homework for money. We provide every kind of coding assignment help and coding homework help for all levels of programming/ coding. It is now very simple to pay someone for coding homework help and get assignments and projects delivered.

Where can I find online developers? ›

Here are the Top 7 websites to hire freelance developers:
  1. Flexiple. ...
  2. Toptal. ...
  3. Arc. ...
  4. Hubstaff Talent. ...
  5. Upwork. ...
  6. Guru. ...
  7. Fiverr.

Where can I find free developers? ›

The Best Freelancer Websites for Finding Developers
  • Toptal. Toptal connects startups and businesses with the top talent in software engineering from around the world. ...
  • Upwork. ...
  • Guru. ...
  • Freelance. ...
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Who is best coder in world? ›

In January 2022, he achieved a historic rating of 3979 on Codeforces, becoming the first to break the 3900 barrier.
Gennady Korotkevich
Known forProgramming prodigy; highly ranked sport programmer from an early age
AwardsCodeforces peak rating 3979 (22 January 2022)
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Which country has most coders? ›

HackerRank Competition: And The Winner Is…

Programmers from different countries scored different results depending on the domain of the test. On the overall score, China and Russia rank in the top positions with the most talented programmers.


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