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Michelangelo van Dam's Blog:
Mapping Seven Things
January 05, 2009 @ 11:17:14

Since the Seven Things meme has been charging its way through the members of the PHP community (and some outside it), it's hard to keep track of who is tagging who and if those people have posted their "seven things" and tagged others. Michelangelo van Dam has tried to make things easier with his "Who Tagged Who" map mini-application that crawls through the posts looking for others who were tagged.

Trying to get a bit of overview of all people who have put up their "Seven Things" list, I created a little map that shows who tagged who with an overview of the most tagged persons.

You can also grab the XML source file if you'd like to manipulate it yourself.

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Job Posting:
Tagged Seeks Senior Software Developer
May 03, 2007 @ 07:04:39

Company Tagged
Location San Francisco, CA
Title Senior Software Developer
Summary

At Tagged, you'll be center-stage in building the next generation social networking platform at a profitable startup that leads its industry in growth. We are actively expanding our PHP / Java / Oracle codebase with more Web 2.0 features, such as expanded community messaging, 3rd-party web services integration, user-generated content management, multimedia content integration, and more.

Projects offer the opportunity to work on innovative front-end and back-end web technologies including extensive caching tiers, database/application partitioning, and asynchronous dHTML/Javascript technologies.

Responsibilities:

  • Build new social networking features
  • Extend and create innovative front-end and back-end solutions, including extensive data caching systems, database and application partitioning, Ajax communications, and more
  • Help us meet aggressive performance and scalability goals and keep up ahead of dramatic growth
  • Help define the Tagged user experience
Qualifications '" Must Have:
  • Proven experience in developing complex, high-traffic web applications
  • 5+ years web application development
  • Advanced knowledge of SQL (Oracle preferred)
  • Strong understanding of object-oriented design
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills
  • BS or MS in Computer Science
Nice to Have:
  • Expert knowledge of PHP/Java and other web-centric technologies
  • Experience with multi-threaded Java programming
  • HTML / CSS proficiency
  • Background in physical sciences, mathematics, or statistics

Interested?
Send me an e-mail or your resume. If the former, we can I can answer any questions you have or we can discuss things. If the latter, I'll just pass it on to our hiring person.

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Zend Developer Zone:
dzone.com Looking to Feel the PHP Love
April 12, 2007 @ 12:42:00

As Cal Evans mentions in this new post to the Zend Developer Zone, there's a digg-like programming targeted site out there that is "looking to feel the PHP love" - dzone.com.

For those that don't know dzone or Rick, dzone is a social bookmarking site targeted at developers of all languages. Rick Ross is the founder of dzone. Like most social bookmarking sites, on dzone you can post links to articles you like, vote on articles others have posted and leave comments. Unlike bigger sites of this nature, you don't get the latest Apple rumor or > personal political agenda /> story. Everything is 100% developer centric.

Be sure to check out some of the great links they have in their PHP tagged section including:

And it's not just for PHP-related information either - there's tons of other tagged goodness to be found.

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