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Eqqus.com Seeks User Interface Engineer (Mountain View, CA)
June 25, 2008 @ 10:22:29

Via Terry Chay's blog:

Company Eqqus.com
Location Mountain View, CA
Title User Interface Engineer (PHP)
Summary

Role:
You will be responsible for developing UI technology for the large scale, high performance shopping search engine. You will work closely with the design and product management groups to define and implement user interface for the website. You will work closely with server-side engineers during the implementation process.

Requirements:

  • 3+ years experience developing User Interfaces for web-based companies
  • Strong knowledge and ability to program with object-oriented PHP 5. Familiarity with Smarty templating a plus.
  • Strong knowledge of HTML, CSS, DHTML, JavaScript, and AJAX
  • Experience with database (MySQL) applications, including strength in SQL is a plus
  • Familiarity with third-party APIs (Google/Yahoo Maps, Facebook, etc) preferred
  • Quick learner, who is anxious to contribute immediately

Contact aknight [at] this site for more information.

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