The concept of RentaCoder is cool - someone posts about a software project they need doing and people can ask questions and bid for the work. But, most of these sites are inundated with jokers... cheap doesn't automatically mean bad, but many of the cheap people spam every job with a generic response and bid without reading the spec or asking any questions - I've never seen anyone post a spec complete enough not to need any questions. Are there sites run on the same principles, for larger projects - e.g a company wanting some serious work done by a reputable company rather than an individual wanting a FaceBook clone? I've been doing some searching and came across a few Tender websites, but these seem to be the extreme end of the scale... massive government projects representing man-decades of work... and you have to pay a non-trivial sum to see the tender document. Projects of that size are too high risk, as putting a bid together is a lot of work in itself. I don't know if software is special, or follows the same rules as other areas of business? I know there are a lot of web designers on here, if perhaps not so many software developers. Where do you find work of the non-trivial variety... e.g a medium size company wanting a new fancy website rather than a startup wanting their first site?