You must live in Eastern Europe. This includes the Balkans (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, etc.).
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 and earn 180 US dollars/month.
I will pay you 10 US dollars/hour via Freelancer but, I presume Freelancer will pay you 9 US dollars/hour after they deduct their 10% fee. You will normally work 20 days/month and earn 9 US dollars/hour.
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.
Please read the attachment to this project named, "The harsh reality of earning money on websites like Freelancer dot [login to view URL]"
✻ 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 either is 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? ✻
I would prefer that you complete this project using MicroPython on ESP32. But, I've had difficulty finding someone who is interested in using MicroPython on ESP32. Therefore, I'm willing to have you work on this project using C/C++ on Arduino.
✻ C/C++ ON ARDUINO OR MICROPYTHON ON ESP32? ✻
Please either respond by pasting, "I prefer to C/C++ on Arduino" or "I prefer to use MicroPython on ESP32."
Don't worry. I will accept either response. Primarily, I want to figure out which is more popular among candidates. I think MicroPython on ESP32 is better for this project yet I suppose many candidates have used C/C++ or Arduino and therefore would prefer C/C++ on Arduino.
✻ HOW TO APPLY FOR THIS PROJECT ✻
You may bid now. Sure. That would be fine, but...
...according to Freelancer rules, if I were to invite you to bid on this project then you would be able to bid on this project *without* spending one of your bids. Perhaps you are thinking, "Oh. Now I understand! I will wait for you to invite me so that I do not have to spend one of my bids! But... wait a moment. How will you know I am interested in this project?" That is a very good question.
If you would like me to invite you to bid on this project, please paste...
into your Freelancer profile so that when I search for...
I will find your profile and probably invite you to bid on this project.
Please wait *patiently* for up to 48 hours for me to invite you because I do *not* have a bot, rather I would need to manually invite you to bid.
Please do *not* apply the normal way (by bidding as usual)
paste Arduino_or_ESP32_13_Dec_2020 into your Freelancer profile.
That would be a waste of time for you and for me.
Are you confused?
Do A *or* B.
Do not do A *and* B.
A= applying the normal way
B = pasting Arduino_or_ESP32_13_Dec_2020 into your Freelancer profile.
✻ DESIRABLE BUT NOT REQUIRED ✻