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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
Triple Q Questions is a privately owned business that supplies scholar bowl questions to schools. We provide customized sets of questions in various formats to meet the needs of individual competitions. We wish to update and improve our database so that we can provide better service to our customers and keep our materials up to date. The current database contains over 40,000 questions that are categorized according to both grade level and subject. The questions may be elementary, junior varsity, or varsity level. Each question is categorized according to 5 main subject areas – math, science, social science, literature/language arts, and potpourri. Within each subject area, there are multiple subcategories. For example, a math question may be classified as algebra, general math, geometry, calculus, trigonometry, or statistics. Each subject has multiple subcategories. When an order is received, a list of the schools that will use the questions is input into the database and “selected” to indicate that these schools are the ones you will be working with. The database is supposed to automatically lock out any questions the schools have previously had so that no school will receive the same question for a period of five years. It is also supposed to allow us to indicate that we need 5 various math questions, 3 American history questions, 2 government questions, etc. However, this function of our database has failed. We can “pull” a group of questions, but cannot assign what type of questions we need. Once a packet of questions is generated, it needs to be “labeled” so that it can be retrieved at a later date. Currently, each packet is assigned a packet number. What we need is to develop a new database that will allow us to continue to generate custom question sets in a more timely matter and that will give us the ability to search both the questions and the answers using key words so that we do not end up with duplicate questions in the database. Listed below is some general information concerning this project. Question Levels Elementary – grades 4-6 Junior Varsity – grades 7-9 Varsity – grades 10-12 Question Types Tossup questions – single answer questions Bonus questions – multiple part questions (may be two, three, four, or five parts) Rapid fire questions – 11 part short answer questions Worksheets – 20 short answer questions Subjects and subcategories Math – General math, Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Statistics, Trigonometry Science – Anatomy, Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, Physics Social Science – American History, Ancient History, Current Events, Government, US Geography, World Geography, World History Literature/Language Arts – Drama, Grammar, Languages, Literature, Novels, Poetry, Short Stories, Spelling, Vocabulary Potpourri – Anthropology, Art, Cinema, Dance, Education, General Knowledge, Logic, Music, Mythology, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion/Bible, Sociology, Sports/Games, Television, Theater, Vocational Schools School name with town and city (street address when available) Possible improvements to the database Some schools require bonus questions with a specific number of parts. Currently, there is no way to use 2 parts of a 4-part question and save the other two parts for later use by that school. Need to be able to generate questions by subject. Some schools will order 200 current events questions or 150 math questions. Customization is a large part of our business. If a customer wants 25 tossup questions with 25 bonus questions, and they want each bonus question to follow the tossup question, we currently have to cut and paste. It would be nice if the database could generate this format. Sometimes a school will want 50 single answer questions, but every other one is labeled as a bonus question. It would be nice if this format could be incorporated into the database. When a set of questions is generated, it needs to be in Word format with our heading on it.
Skills: C++ C# FoxPro Administration FoxPro Programming
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,500 - Posted
I need a complete fresh website designed and developed for rideShare drivers. Users may set up accounts and make usernames, user may post a profile picture. The site needs to have forums or some sort of discussion area. Im looking for something like uberpeople.net or therideshareguy.com, to give you an idea. $ potential bonus once job is done if I'm satisfied $ Communicating and sharing ideas and updates about the project, ​ positive track record and willing to meet goals
Skills: C++ HTML5 JavaScript PHP
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $20,000 - Posted
Looking for an experienced front-end developer with experience in financial and trading software for a 3-6 month project. You will work with a team of international experts for this project. This contract includes multiple sub projects. Must be experienced with Javascript, AngularJ S, Bootstrap and Kendo UI. Please note, we are creating a rich Internet based application not a website/blog etc. We have specifications available for applicants to review upon request.
Skills: C++ C# HTML5 Java
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
My company is looking for freelancer who could develop a software for an interactive led screen with Kinect recognition. First scenario : By movement of the hand, you push elements (leafs) to make discover the background. Like on this video from 0:27 min and 1:45min https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mc_fzY_T8VY 2nd scenario : Erase mist from the screen to make appear background Don't hesitate to send me some of your referencies. Regards, Mikael Akopian
Skills: C++ C# Game Design Microsoft Kinect Development
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $3,000 - Posted
Functional Requirements: Develop/Test a server using C/C++ on Linux to receive RADIUS protocol traffic (requests & responses) over UDP and extract the IP address / User ID from the Accounting commands and Log the mapping to Redis database on the same box.
Skills: C++ C Network Programming RADIUS
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We have an existing C++ library that we'd like to package for Android, and we are looking for an Expert NDK developer to help port the library and run it on Android, (we have instructions on how to do that) , once this is complete the next step is to build a cocos 2dx project that calls the ported Library.
Skills: C++ Android App Development Cocos2d