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Zacks Investment Research, Inc. Seeks Senior PHP Developer (Chicago, IL)
August 19, 2009 @ 14:57:33

Company Zacks Investment Research, Inc.
Location Chicago, IL
Title Sr. PHP Web Developer
Summary

The ideal candidate would have experience as an engineer and architect for object oriented websites using PHP, with MySQL/Oracle and Linux.​ Strong experience with engineering, developing and coding sites is a must.​

The Senior PHP Developer will plan, research, develop logic, code, and test and deploy several web projects with minimal assistance.​ They will need to know how to build a PHP web application from the ground up, as well as modify and build on existing code.​

Requirements:

  • 3+ Years in web development using PHP for commercial websites
  • Solid understanding of object oriented programming
  • Develop / maintain applications and Web Services using LAMP
  • Experience working with trading and investment data is a plus
  • Excellent communication, team-work and problem solving skills
  • Demonstrated excellent analytical, decision-making skills and willingness to take on big challenges and solve complex problems
  • Ability to think strategically about business issues, manage deadlines, drive closure between cross-group teams, and communicate recommendations
  • Ability to make strategically-sound decisions with little information in an fast moving environment, and be able to influence change and drive process and structure

Please send your resume, along with cover letter and contact information to: hrsupport@zacks.com

View our website at www.zacks.com

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Market Day:
At A Glance ASP.net vs. PHP
October 17, 2006 @ 09:22:00

Well, it's been a while since we've seen a "PHP versus whatever" kind of article around here, so I couldn't resist posting this look from Market Day comparing ASP.net and our beloved PHP.

The goal of this article is to provide some perspective on reasons why one might choose one over the other.

Unfortunately, it doen't really do anything of the sort. The article only serves to describe the two options - features, history, tools needed to use then - without ever giving any real reasons or situations where you might want to use one over the other. Their only real opinion on comparing the two is the "cost of the initial investment" or "comfort with using Open Source software".

Is anyone else out there as tired of these articles as I am?

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