I get asked a lot if I know anyone looking for Drupal work. I know a few people but trying to keep track of who is and who isn't just to answer random people who ask me doesn't work very well. So I decided to make a wiki page.
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Due to not being able to find someone locally, I am now upgrading my request for Drupal support to remote freelancers.
Note: If you are a company or suite of developers this advert does not apply to you. This advert ONLY applies to independent freelance developers. Please don't waste your time and my time by responding to this advert offering the services of a team.
I"m posting on behalf of a small retail music store. My Concept is to use Drupal as a central hub to send and process API requests/hooks to sync Inventory between 3 shopping channels Ebay, Reverb, and Shopify and a physical store location's inventory. A CSV of the store inventory can be imported from an ftp server (probably using feeds) at a set interval. I need someone to help develop a custom module(s) to do this. We have an existing Drupal 7 site but this might be easier in Drupal 8 so I'm open to that.