"We saw an opportunity in the market to expand our product line, but we didn't have the in-house technical talent."
"The process of sourcing and engaging was fast and seamless. We've seen consistent, increased revenue from our expanded product line."
Jay was in the middle of a busy season with his consulting firm, and he had just launched a Software-as-a-Service business called Fera Commerce that had quickly grown from $0 to $10k. One of his long-time clients approached him with a project; he wanted to accept the business, but he didn't have any free time. Within a few hours, Code For Cash identified a professional data scientist named Ali Anari to work with him on a project involving PostgreSQL.
"I needed help with database work and our inhouse engineers were all tied up, so I used Code For Cash and within a week Ali was doing great work for us. We've since given him follow-up projects and will keep connected with him for a long time"
Dónal and his team were gearing up for a big launch after their agile development project was getting customer-ready. They needed a developer who had both design sense, frontend skills, and back-end skills as well (in this case, Node.js).
"Our team spent a year building a new SaaS app, and we needed to hire a developer to build a marketing site. We hired Daniel within 24 hours."
Zack has spent 10 years working in software in Silicon Valley, including for TrialPay (acquired by Visa) and Lookout ($1 Billion valuation). He has a B.A. from The University of Chicago. He is the coauthor of the bestselling Software Engineer's Guide to Freelance Consulting.
We are big fans of Harj Taggar, YCombinator, and Triplebyte. We recommend that you use Code For Cash in conjunction with Triplebyte in order to get the best results for your hiring process. If you hire someone through Triplebyte, we are not paid a fee.
We are big fans of Matt Mickiewicz and his companies Hired, Flippa and 99designs. We recommend that you use Code For Cash in conjunction with Hired in order to get the best results for your hiring process. If you hire someone through Hired, we are not paid a fee.
Code For Cash has an API and we offer complimentary integration with Zapier, ATS and CRM systems.
Yes! Our general rule of thumb is that if somebody has written a blog article about it, we are able to recruit a competent developer.
Everyone involved in the sourcing process at Code For Cash is an actual software engineer. It takes one to know one!
We were founded in 2016. Our founder, Zack Burt, has recently left a startup and decided to write a book about freelance programming. That book became immensely popular and attracted a community of engineers. Soon, we discovered a business model of recruiting and began delivering wonderful results for our clients.
You can put off hiring a contingency recruiter for a couple of days or even weeks, but we guarantee you, eventually you're gonna realize you need this. So the only thing that's gonna be different is you'll be a couple of days or weeks behind where you would be if you signed up with us right now. And, if you happen to stumble across a wonderful candidate in the meantime, you're still under no obligation to us whatsoever!
We guarantee you these things, at zero cost to you. (1) A custom landing page that advertises your company and your open jobs. (2) Advertising of your company and open jobs, ubiquitously on job boards and in the developer community. (3) A pipeline of software engineer-reviewed candidates.
We charge 20% of first-year salary once you hire one of our candidates. We absolutely do not charge a percentage on things like equity, bonus compensation or benefits. There are zero hidden costs.
We sign a contract but you can give notice and cancel at any time.
We will send you a simple, one page agreement that explains the financial logistics of our arrangement. We can also send you case studies. Just ask!
Often times, based on the learnings of the hiring process, the job description and the profile of the ideal candidate persona both end up changing. Our support personnel are here to ensure that we quickly update our communication with the developer community and set expectations throughout the process.