All technology companies who want outsource Python/Django developers are looking for the necessary technical skills, a good “culture fit” and affordable rates. But far too often, offshore developers aren't qualified enough to take on a project. As a result, instead of saving costs on software development, you end up spending more. The good news? Steelkiwi is different. Hire Python/Django developers at Steelkiwi with the skillset to perform your tasks.
When you outsource a Python/Django developer at Steelkiwi, this means:
You will have an entire team or just one dev to build the software you need
You will get several developer resumes to choose from
Free job interviews
You will be able to interview each candidate personally, free of charge
You will be able to hire your preferred candidate immediately
You won't need to worry about office overheads, administrative chores, and legal issues
You will be able to expand your team whenever you need it
You will get team management support to make sure your project doesn't go off track
You will develop a bug-free, performant and maintainable product in an affordable way
How much do you charge per hour? And other questions you might be asking
Tell us about this immediately, and we will do our best to solve the problem. If this doesn't help, we will replace this developer at no cost for you.
Try not to worry about your idea being stolen. Ideas are a dime a dozen. People who implement them are priceless. We will sign a contract with you that ensures your rights and an NDA that protects your business idea.
Here are a few possible ways to check our skills:
Challenge us with a test. You can build tests using Hundred5 or use pre-employment assessment tools listed here.
Set a trial for us. You can let us go through 3-5 days of paid probation work. This way you will see how we perform and communicate.
When you outsource Python developers at Steelkiwi you have full control over your team: you define the scope and manage the delivery. What we do is keep in close contact with your developers to make sure they perform their job well, and get help when they need it.
Here is a list of important things you need to do to manage your team effectively:
Define the scope of each component you want to build
Create acceptance criteria that a component must meet
Write a technical specification that meets the defined scope
Do quality assurance to ensure the component works
Manage the delivery process to prevent money and time waste
Review and give feedback to minimize the number of back-and-forth changes
If you don't have a technical background or a CTO, you can hire a project manager and a team leader here at Steelkiwi.
We currently have 50 Python/Django devs in-house. But we've also built a big pool of pre-qualified candidates to fill a job within 2-4 weeks. So yes, we can expand your team when you need it. But please tell us about it beforehand.
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