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VH1 Seeks Experienced LAMP Applications Developer
April 12, 2007 @ 13:38:00

Company VH1
Location New York, NY (Manhattan)
Title LAMP Applications Developer
Summary

A New York City based Internet technology company is currently looking for a smart, creative, motivated self-starter. The LAMP Applications Developer will be a part of our Applications Development team, developing scalable, database-driven web applications for our production website in a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Python/Ruby) environment.

Ideally the candidate will have strong Python and/or Ruby experience, particularly with regards to working with frameworks such as Django and Ruby on Rails. Familiarity with front-end technologies, such as the Prototype/Scriptaculous JS framework, and/or Adobe Flex 2 a plus.

The successful candidate will be responsible for participating in a development-engineering environment, assisting in the architectural design and development of websites. Developments include database-driven web applications, incorporating social internet design, and database search, as well as analysis and mining.

We offer competitive salary and a great work environment in midtown Manhattan, New York City. This is a full-time, on-site position at our offices in New York, NY (Manhattan).

If you are interested in applying, please send your resume, links to successful projects, and a code sample (100 or more lines showing your coding abilities and standards) to: Jenny.Fong@mtvnmix.com

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