A Super-hero Sharepoint developer with great design skills

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US: Our start-up company develops a very innovative and cool SharePoint related product with cutting edge .NET and SharePoint technologies. We can offer a very professional workplace (e.g. we use to design every module we code) but at the same time we established closed, friendly and long term relation-ships with every freelancer we had partnered with.
You: (1) a freelancer only, not a company, we love to work with self-employed individuals, please avoid bidding If you represent a company (2) a nice person who is fun to work with (2) a programmer at heart who really care about code design, one that knows how to create modular, well-designed and clean code (3) a SP & .NET shark who has great experience with C# and SP object model, developed dozens of event receivers, web parts, pages and other SP components.
The project: Adding a new SharePoint module to our product which involves not only SP interaction but also a lot of custom business logic. We pay by the hour and a requirements document will be shared with the qualified developer.
Dates: Starting at January ~15th until March 15th with great chances for an ongoing project.
What's next: Besides your hourly rate, please share with us your experience and skills: (1) Kindly share some code snippets (a single class might be just fine) that emphasize clean, well designed and modular code, (2) tell us about some past large-scale SharePoint project that you were part of (3) Bonus: answer the attached short questionnaire.

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