[interchange-biz] ISO Interchange e-commerce consultant/developer
Cameron B. Prince
cameron at princeservices.com
Mon Feb 19 13:58:07 EST 2007
I would be available to help you with your Interchange programming needs. I
am a former employee of Red Hat and Akopia and worked directly with Mike
Heins (the Interchange author) on several projects. I have been working with
Interchange since 1998.
You can see my history and portfolio at my site here:
I have numerous clients who would provide references for me such as
Recchiuti Confections and Saturn Records.
My standard rate is $100 / hour billed in 15 minute increments. I also offer
discounts on prepaid blocks of time over 5 hours.
Please let me know if you have other questions.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: interchange-biz-bounces at icdevgroup.org [mailto:interchange-biz-
> bounces at icdevgroup.org] On Behalf Of Lang Zerner
> Sent: Monday, February 19, 2007 12:07 PM
> To: interchange-biz at icdevgroup.org
> Subject: [interchange-biz] ISO Interchange e-commerce consultant/developer
> I've got a client with an Interchange-based store based on version 4.6.
> I want to move the site to 5.4.2, and undo a number of hacks and
> customizations to simplify catalog maintenance and Interchange upgrades.
> A previous developer customized the product database schema and related
> templates to support SKU-based product variations. That is, variations
> of a single product (color, size, etc.) each have a separate SKU. The
> previous developer created a hack "product family key" to link related
> SKUs together, and added an intermediate level of search and product
> browsing UI.
> The result is a set of templates that has so much hacked custom code in
> them that they're difficult to work with. I'd like to work with an
> experienced Interchange consultant/developer to design and build a new
> 5.4.2-based system that implements Interchange and e-commerce best
> practices while addressing the SKU-based product variations requirement.
> If you have demonstrable experience that qualifies you to begin this
> conversation, please drop me a line. I'd also appreciate any referrals
> to experienced Interchange consultant/developers you might know.
> --Lang Zerner
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