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Job Posting:
Eqqus Technologies Seeks PHP Application Developer
October 08, 2007 @ 17:03:00

As posted on Terry Chay's blog:

Company Eqqus Technologies
Location
Title PHP - Application Engineer
Summary

We are looking for a PHP developer to join a small team of engineers who are architecting a high performance social platform. The ideal candidate will have experience working with large capacity web sites, working with new technologies and the desire to build a great platform.

Experience with developing web sites using current web technologies such as AJAX, JSON and other Web 2.0 plumbing. Experience working in a service oriented architecture.

  • 5+ years experience
  • PHP, MySQL
  • Mathematics, Computer Science degree or equivalent experience
  • PHP Application Development
  • AJAX, JSON and other Web 2.0 Plumbing(plus)
  • Zend Framework or MVC architecture
  • Smarty Templates a plus
  • Scrum Development Process

If you are interested in learning more, please contact Abby Knight at aknight [at] this site for further information.

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