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Horse Racing Looking for a software programmer for horse racing

Discussion in 'Horse Racing Forum' started by jim michalak, Feb 20, 2024.

  1. jim michalak

    jim michalak New Member

    Feb 20, 2024
    I am looking for a software programmer for Bris comma delimited single past performance files. Suggestions would be welcome. Thank you!
  2. Ibrahim Somrat

    Ibrahim Somrat New Member

    Feb 22, 2024
    Dhaka, Bangladesh
    If you're looking to develop software related to horse racing, such as a betting platform, race analysis tool, or management system, you'll want to find a skilled software programmer or team with experience in both software development and horse racing industry knowledge. Here are some steps you can take to find the right programmer for your project:

    1. Define your project requirements: Before you start looking for a programmer, make sure you have a clear understanding of what you want your software to accomplish. Determine the features and functionality you need, such as real-time race data integration, betting options, user authentication, analytics tools, etc.

    2. Search for experienced developers: Look for software programmers or development teams with experience in building similar projects or working in the sports betting or horse racing industry. You can search online freelancer platforms like Upwork, Freelancer, or Toptal, or use professional networking sites like LinkedIn to find potential candidates.

    3. Review portfolios and credentials: Once you've identified potential candidates, review their portfolios, resumes, and past projects to assess their skills and experience. Look for developers who have successfully completed projects similar to yours and have a strong understanding of the technologies and tools needed for your project.

    4. Check references and reviews: Reach out to past clients or employers of the programmers you're considering to get feedback on their work ethic, communication skills, and the quality of their work. You can also check online reviews and ratings on freelancer platforms to gauge the reputation of potential candidates.

    5. Interview candidates: Conduct interviews with the programmers or development teams you're interested in to discuss your project requirements, timeline, budget, and any other relevant details. Use this opportunity to assess their communication skills, problem-solving abilities, and enthusiasm for your project.

    6. Negotiate terms and contracts: Once you've selected a programmer or team, negotiate the terms of the project, including pricing, payment schedule, deliverables, and timelines. Make sure to clearly outline expectations in a contract or agreement to avoid misunderstandings later on.

    7. Collaborate closely: Throughout the development process, maintain open communication with your programmer or team and provide regular feedback on their work. Be flexible and willing to adapt to changes as needed to ensure the success of your project.
    By following these steps and carefully vetting potential programmers, you can find a skilled and experienced developer to bring your horse racing software project to life.
  3. joe croupier

    joe croupier Member

    Feb 29, 2024
    web stuff n roulette
    You can use laws of averages and laws of eventuality to bet on horses like we bet on roulette, if the wheel keeps spinning lots of high numbers then eventually lows will come in, simple laws.

    The same with horses but you bet on the tracks not the horse, so if you have a 12 horse/track race then for the 1st 10 races see which tracks are winning, you might find that all the 6 top tracks have won and none of the other 6, laws of averages and eventually kick in and the other 6 tracks will start to win.

    My grandad used to do it back in the 60's

    Any symmetrical pattern in any type of betting will end eventually so we bet against it happening again, a football team has a record of win,loss,win,loss,win,loss,win,loss,win will end eventually to either 2 loss or 2 wins.

    This is a law, it can't be disputed, but you could give it your best if you want :0


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