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Job posting:
Fruux Seeks PHP Developers (Münster, Germany)
June 04, 2012 @ 08:00:57

Company Fruux
Location Münster, Germany
Title PHP Engineer (m/f)
Summary

We are looking for great PHP programmers. There's many ways to put this, so we'll keep it simple: If you love developing in PHP, you're aware of the latest trends and you have enough experience under your belt, you may well be what we're looking for. You'll get to work on scalability problems, work with new technology, such as Silex, Composer, LessCSS and Backbone.js. You won't be working on browser compatibility all day, but there is a front-end component. You must be willing to relocate and legally allowed to work in Münster, Germany. We can help with work visas, if required.

Responsibilities:

  • Working on any part of the stack, including:
  • Create web or mobile applications using primarily PHP.
  • Work on the DAV / REST service layer.
  • Implement web interfaces using HTML5, LessCSS, and Backbone.js / jQuery.

Requirements:

  • Plenty of LAMP experience.
  • A solid grasp of web security.
  • Great to have: An active GitHub account.

To apply, submit your information here

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