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Technovated Seeks PHP/Web 2.0 Developer (Putney Bridge, London)
April 25, 2007 @ 07:33:00

As posted on the Technovated.com blog:
Company Technovated
Location Putney Bridge, London
Title PHP and Web 2.0 Developer
Summary

A growing web applications company based in Putney Bridge, London, specialising in Web 2.0 work in the LAMP stack, seeks an ambitious, talented, enthusiastic and motivated PHP Developer.

You will have:

  • 3+ years PHP experience with an excellent knowledge of object oriented PHP 4/5, MYSQL 4/5, and a good understanding of CSS, xHTML, AJAX and JavaScript?.
  • Apache and MYSQL administration experience would be ideal but not essential, as would experience with the Seagull framework.
  • Exposure to Open source technologies/frameworks/classes eg PEAR, prototype, scriptaculous is essential. As is exposure to web-based APIs (using SOAP, XML etc).
  • Experience writing/working with CMS, E-commerce systems is beneficial.
  • You must be able to manage a development environment, be able to accurately quote time for completing required tasks and be comfortable working with Trac and svn.

Please get in touch if you are interested. Emails / responses where the applicant does not fit the above requirements will not be replied to.

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