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Bosnia and Herzegovina,
✻ OVERVIEW ✻
You do *not* need any experience. You do *not* need an Arduino. You do *not* need an ESP32.
I estimate that you will normally work 1 hour/day.
I will pay you hourly via Freelancer. I presume Freelancer will deduct their 10% fee. You will normally work 20 days/month.
If you are very intelligent and if you solve engineering problems scientifically then I will pay you to learn C/C++ on Arduino or MicroPython on ESP32. No. I am *not* being charitable. I am being practical. You must pass a difficult test to work with me.
You will help me build a consumer IoT (Internet of things) product.
✻ HOW TO APPLY ✻
If you are interested in working on this project with me then please copy and paste...
*** Please send me a link to the Google Doc which contains the test so that I can apply to work with you on this project. ***
into a message you send me. (Please do not send me the three asterisks that proceed the text and the three asterisks that follow the text).
Please do *not* include any other information because unless you pass my test, I will not be interested in working with you.
✻ PAYING YOU TO LEARN ✻
No. You aren't dreaming.
I would rather work with an inexperienced person who is very intelligent and solves problems scientifically than an experienced person who is not very intelligent and/or does not solve problems scientifically.
✻ REMOTE DESKTOP SOFTWARE ✻
I have an extra computer which you will be able to remotely control when we work together. I suppose we will use Chrome Remote Desktop, or AnyDesk, or Nomachine. Therefore, you will be be able to program the Arduino or ESP32 connected to my extra computer.
✻ WORKING DAYS AND TIMES ✻
You and I will text chat (*not* video chat) and you will remotely control my extra computer for one hour on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during a time that is convenient for you and me.
✻ WHY ARDUINO OR ESP32? ✻
Frankly, I suppose if you were to actually experiment with MicroPython on ESP32 you would be pleasantly surprised that it would be much quicker and easier to use for this project. However, I presume every freelancer who has applied to work with me on this project has at least heard of C/C++ and Arduino. On the other hand even those applicants who have used the ESP32 have probably never even heard of MicroPython.
Therefore, understandably, many freelancers who apply to work with me on this project indicate they would prefer to use C/C++ on Arduino. At this point I’m primarily interested in recruiting the right candidate for this project. Therefore, if you were to pass this test and if you were to want to use C/C++ on Arduino I would allow you to work with me by using C/C++ on Arduino. But I suppose within a few months I would be able to persuade you that MicroPython on ESP32 would be better for this project.
✻ DESIRABLE BUT NOT REQUIRED ✻