We are looking for a reports developer to work on a Silverlight project. The developer is required to write around 40 reports. It is a part of a migration effort we are putting together to migrate a Visual Foxpro application to Silverlight. And so you will have the full report details clearly available from the Visual Foxpro application. As they work and show in the VFP application is how they will show up in the Silverlight application as well.
We believe Crystal reports might be a good option but are open to other options to be proposed by the selected developer.
The database developer who is working on the rest of the application will be available to address any database related questions you might be having during the execution of the project.
We have a tight deadline to complete the full report writing. And so we require someone to work full time on this project. We think it should be possible to write all the reports with in 40-70 hours and so would like this completed with in a maximum of 9 calendar days. This is very important.
We will only work with developer who has previously worked with reports in Silverlight.
1. Excellent skills and previous experience with a reporting solution in Silverlight.
2. Experience working on Enterprise applications
3. Available to start work immediately and dedicate his full time to our project.
4. Turn key programmer - someone who can work with minimum to no supervision.
1. Experience working with Ideablade ORM as that is used in the application
2. Experience working with Telerik controls
Thank you for reviewing our requirement. We are looking to start ASAP and so will pick the developer as soon as we find a suitable bid.
26 freelancers are bidding on average $651 for this job
I have expertness in crystal report more than four years and developed so many types of reports in CR for various organization. I can convert your reports to CR but integration but integration is your part..
My Current Working Domain: Silverlight, C#, SQL Server, RIA Services, Prism, MVVM, RDLC Reporting and little piece of Expression Blend Regards, Umar Tariq - Silverlight Developer