I took a run at your web site. It's got some kind of Flash script that
causes Firefox to throw an error, and it takes *way* too long to load.
So, you've got bigger problems than oAuth to solve.

As for hiring developers, there is a list of developers who have self-
registered with their areas of expertise at 
This appears to have been edited last about 4 months ago, so I suspect
there are a few names missing. ;-) The whole "Twitter developer
registry" thing is probably something Ryan Sarver will want to comment
on, possibly even before Chirp. ;-) Meanwhile, you could look through
that list and see if there are people in your geographic area with
oAuth and .NET experience, at least as claimed by themselves. I'm
personally not a .NET developer, so I can't help you.

On Feb 13, 7:56 am, Ryan Alford <ryanalford...@gmail.com> wrote:
> You can ask technical questions here.
> You had developers that gave up because of cookie handling? Uhhh...
> Ryan
> Sent from my DROID
> On Feb 13, 2010 10:44 AM, "Merrows" <sa...@merrows.co.uk> wrote:
> Thanks for all the interesting comments. Actually I have found it hard
> to locate the expertise.
> I have some code samples already, but I really need someone or at
> least a technical forum (similar to the kind of thing for Google
> Products which allows QA type of messages) for twitter. Is there
> anything like that for twitter or is this it?
> I have already hired a few developers for this task, and they
> implement Basic Auth, or they just give up as finding the code too
> hard (mainly handling the callbacks and cookie handling seems the hard
> part).
> If anyone is interested the actual application it is a new site 
> calledwww.fullbe.comI am buillding which will allow users to comment on
> products via their twitter names.
> On Feb 11, 6:02 pm, alexro <arodyg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Also check out LinqToTwitter, it includes...
> > >http://twittervb.codeplex.com-Hide quoted text -
> > - Show quoted text -

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