Here is description of Java articles needed for phase I work. We are looking for persons who are new/experienced and interested in writing articles as per our guidence.We need 100 Java articles. These will be basic article for one of our website.Writer may be provided topics and related material if he needs so It will help him to work in an easy manner and less time .He may suggest new topics also.We will pay 70 $ for this rerwriting work. Writer must check example code properly. The quality of the work is important, We may request to change your tips' title/text/code if We think that they are not generic or important enough We will have all the rights of the posts. The project will be for 4 weeks (100 articles posts in total). The each posts will be minimum 250 words. The words in code and example are not counted! Each post should have some source code example to keep the quality of posts high. The coder and the project owner will discuss details of the topics. The selected topics will reflect both the experience areas of the writer and the needs of the project. The posts should also be in high quality and original. Your posts will be checked on http://www.copyscape.com This online tool basically checks if the text (not source code part) of your blog post is not copy/pasted from somewhere else on the web. The blog posts should pass that test to be acceptable. Every week you should submit a weekly report containing 25 posts .The posts will be checked and improvements are requested if needed. We may provide some good work to right candidates in future,This is just I phase of work and we are looking for good talent here
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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