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  • William Rufino – Web Developer

    16.09.2015

    William Rufino ruled up the field from behind. Six to seven years ago his freelancing carrier started a bit different from the ones of other freelancers. William Rufino became a freelancing Web Developer even before starting his studies as he needed some money. Based on his knowledge from technical high school he developed his own skills in smaller projects for friends. Nowadays he can pay his tuition fees by freelancing full-time for international clients. Curtain up for the likable young freelancer from Brazil!

  • Julien Spagner – IT Specialist

    16.09.2015

    “Create your own company culture and work as you like even though it might me tough at the beginning!” Our today’s interviewee Julien Spagner definitely can look back on a very eventful life. After working for different companies in Paris, Julien Spagner decided to pack his bags and leave his comfortable life in France for a more fulfilling one in Sri Lanka. After working transitional in the tourism and marketing branches, he nowadays serves clients worldwide as a freelance IT-specialist with competitive rates…

  • Milos Rasuo - C# .NET Developer

    16.09.2015

    “My clients’ satisfaction is my main goal!” And it seems that Milos Rasuo has achieved this goal quite often, at least he never was faced with an unsatisfied client within his 2 years freelancing career. “All of my clients continued to work with me after first project.” And we at freelancermap.com also can confirm that Milos Rasuo seems to be very successful, achieving some great contacts and projects with our clients. Definitely a freelancer we can learn a thing or two from!

  • Dusan Zupancic - Solutions architect, consultant and trainer

    16.09.2015

    Handling complex projects, managing heterogeneous teams and communicating with clients worldwide – no problem for the Slovenian IT-freelancer Dusan Zupancic who’s in the freelancing business since years. As an experienced Solution Architect, Consultant and Trainer, Dusan Zupancic can convince with an extensive list of well-known clients and tricky projects. Stagnation is regression! The perfect motto for an IT-freelancer who has subscribed to 92 feeds and magazines to keep up-to-date! An interview with Dusan Zupancic….

  • João Bernardino – IT consultant

    14.09.2015

    Standing still means taking a step backward; this applies for the IT-industry in particular. As an IT-freelancer, you always need to improve your profile to keep pace with this fast developing industry, your competitors and your clients of course. In today´s edition of our FREELANCER INSIDES, we present João Bernardino, a Portuguese IT consultant and experienced freelancer, who advices all self-employed workers out there to continuously acquire new skills, learn, test and certify. “Don’t go against trends, if you do, this undermines your credibility.” – Those are the wise words of a freelancer who’s in the IT-business for more than 30 years already. Let’s find out what else you need to know about the IT-freelancing business! An interview with João Bernardino…

  • Luis Faus – freelance Art & Design Director

    14.09.2015

    Creative minds need space for reflection and ideation! And maybe this is also one of the main reasons why a lot of designers, illustrators, writers and artists rather work as a freelancer than being restrained in a small and sticky office, with grimly bosses on their back, unwanted projects and disturbing colleagues.

  • Dusan Markovic – Senior Drupal Developer

    14.09.2015

    “Deadline is the best motivation!” These are the wise words of Dusan Markovic, a Drupal Developer from Serbia. Three years back, Dusan Markovic was tired of chaotic labor conditions and fixed salaries. He was looking for more! That is when he started freelancing next to his fulltime employment. But all beginnings are difficult. “I can tell you that I practically had to beg for my first freelancer jobs.” In the meantime, Dusan Markovic has become a successful freelancer to the core, enjoying a maximum value of freedom and flexibility without having a boss in his neck.

  • Shahin Mirzaei - .Net and Java Programmer

    14.09.2015

    With 12 years’ experience, Shahin Mirzaei is an old hand in the software industry, working as a programmer, consultant, and trainer. To stay in touch with other freelancers and to find prospective clients, the Iranian freelancer is using various freelancing website and IT-networks e.g. freelancermap.com. We have interviewed the experienced programmer and talked about his reason to start freelancing 4 years ago and his secret of success. Let’s introduce Shahin Mirzaei - .Net and Java programmer….

  • Pekka Nikander - Systems Software Developer and Software Architect

    14.09.2015

    “I´ve written some half a million lines of source code!” This sounds unimaginably, but our freelancer of the week is already an “old hand” in the IT-business. Pekka Nikander is a true generalist, working as a freelance Systems Software Developer and Software Architect. In his home country Finland he is some kind of unique! “I know only a few other people who have anywhere similar experience and competence to me, and even then each of us are unique, with our own unique strengths and weaknesses….”. But how did he get there? An interview with Pekka Nikander…

  • Joanna Vaiou, SEO Freelancer

    14.09.2015

    “Permanent employment? This is not my cup of tea!” Joanna Vaiou obviously has found her destiny in life: Being a full-time SEO freelancer. Working from her cozy home office in the beautiful city of Athens, Joanna Vaiou enjoys the benefits of being her own boss: freedom and self-determination. But being a freelancer also means being CEO, the employee, the assistant, the salesman, the worker, the PR person, the problem solver in only one person! Let’s have a conversation with this strong and confident female freelancer – an interview with Joanna Vaiou…

  • Bogdan Lucut – freelance Product Designer

    14.09.2015

    “Do what you love! …And not just the services that are paid well!” This is the advice of Bogdan Lucut, Product Designer from Romania, who became a freelancer due to unfortunate circumstances. When the financial crisis hit the leather product company Bogdan Lucut was working for as a Product Designer, the shop was closed and he lost his work. That was when he decided to never depend on other people choices and actions anymore. In 2008 Bogdan Lucut became his own boss and started freelancing in a virtual environment, working from Romania to serve clients worldwide. Today he is a successful freelancer for UI Design, Logos, Illustrations, Branding and Packaging. An interview with Bogdan Lucut…

  • Paulo Oliveira – Front-End Developer

    11.09.2015

    Content is King! Content is what makes people visiting a website or app! Unfortunately a lot of Developers tend to forget about this fact… But not Paulo Oliveira, a freelancing all-rounder from the beautiful city Porto in Portugal. Paulo Oliveira describes himself as a hybrid between Front-End Developer and Content Strategist. Let’s find out how he bridges the gap between these two worlds. And interview with Paulo Oliveira…

  • Jerry Pett – Software Consultant

    11.09.2015

    “You do not have to be an expert in everything! It’s all about honesty – and your clients definitely will appreciate your honesty!” This is the philosophy of Jerry Pett. And it seems to be a good one as Jerry Pett doesn’t need to come up with great Marketing efforts, advertising, cold calls and mailings to approach clients. The clients approach him! Let’s take to Jerry Pett, freelance Software Consultant form Cambridge, UK…

  • Peter Toth – SAP ABAP Senior Developer

    11.09.2015

    Freelancer from the beginning – Peter Toth graduated from college and directly became an independent SAP Consultant, working in different European locations. He describes himself as a passionate dad, remote SAP consultant, US “lover” and… well… NOT as a Marketing guy. Let’s find out how the likable and committed Hungarian acquires SAP remote projects without big marketing efforts. And interview with Peter Toth…

  • Alfredo Gomez Ripoll – SAP technical consultant

    11.09.2015

    “Stay up to date!” That’s the business motto of the Spanish SAP freelancer Alfredo Gomez Ripoll. According to him, the biggest challenge for freelancers today is to manage a large range of technologies! Let’s find out how he manages to stay up to date with technologies and trends. An interview with Alfredo Gomez Ripoll…

  • Gabor Viragh - Software Engineer

    11.09.2015

    "Once you have a good reputation the projects will find you!" With more than 6 years experience as an ABAP Software Engineer this freelancer surely knows what he is talking about. An interview with Gabor Viragh...

  • Dario De Nicola – Web Developer

    11.09.2015

    Don´t stop your imagination! This week, we talked to Dario De Nicola, an Italian web developer working as freelancer. Find his answers to our ten questions right here.

  • Robert Evans - graphic and web designer

    11.09.2015

    Trust your designer! An interview with Robert Evans - passionate graphic and web designer with over ten years of experience in the freelancing business. Let’s find out why Mr. Evans became a freelance designer, where he acquires projects and clients and what he recommends other freelancers in the design business.