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Artist Tribe/My Muse.com Seeks PHP Developers (Topanga, CA)
July 14, 2008 @ 17:02:21

Company Artist Tribe/My Muse.com
Location Topanga, CA
Title PHP Developers
Summary

We are customizing large scale community portal applications and are looking for coders immediately. This will entail a mix of on-site and some work from home.

Coders will have the following skill set:

  • Extensive knowledge (3+ years) of HTML, CSS, PHP, PHP smarty, MySQL, javascript.
  • Experience with AJAX a plus.
  • Familiarity with the Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP environment.
  • Database administration experience - proficient with PHPMyAdmin
  • Experience with extensive change/ customization of medium to large scale existing applications.

Hourly based pay throughout project.

We are also interested in potentially extending the term of those who successfully demonstrate competency consistent with our objectives and interpersonal compatibility attributes with the other members of the team.

Contact Mark Lewis for more information: m.lewis [at] this domain

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