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Zurich University of the Arts Seeks PHP Developer (Zurich, Switzerland)
April 25, 2008 @ 14:34:37

Company Zurich University of the Arts
Location Zurich, Switzerland
Title PHP Developer
Summary

We are looking for an experienced PHP developer as a member of our web team. In this position, you will use our PHP framework to develop new web applications and extend existing ones.

You will also work on standalone web applications that are developed by the university in collaboration with other institutions and generally released for public use.

Requirements:

  • 3+ years of PHP development experience.
  • Strong skills in (X)HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • Experience with SQL, particularly MySQL.
  • Knowledge of popular extensions to PHP, particularly the PEAR repository and Zend framework.
  • Experience using AJAX libraries like script.aculo.us/Prototype or YUI.
  • Familiarity with GNU/Linux-based server environments (LAMP) where the applications are hosted.
  • Good German communication skills.

Recommendations:

  • Ability to work well in teams, to connect to others, to split and partition your work.
  • Knowledge of university/educational environments and the typical challenges in this field.
  • Some experience implementing custom functionality in existing systems, such as writing extensions for a CMS or plug-ins for systems with a plug-in architecture. This includes relying on API documentation and implementing according to a specification.

We can offer you:

  • Your own place in a very motivated team.
  • Freedom for your creativity.
  • Friendly users that appreciate elegant solutions.
  • An opportunity to grow with your responsibilities.
  • Government-standard pension fund.

If this sounds like a good match for you, please get in touch with me at ramon.cahenzli@zhdk.ch (German is fine).

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Christian Stocker's Blog:
PHPUG Switzerland meeting tomorrow evening
April 20, 2006 @ 07:06:43

Christian Stocker reminds all of those in the Zurich area about the PHPUG Switzerland's meeting tomorrow night.

Tomorrow evening at the current etoy.TANK location in the Kasernenareal in Zurich will our very own Silvan talk about his etoy project "Britney". Starting at 18:00 and as always everyone is welcome.

For complete information about the meeting or the group, check out their site at phpug.ch.

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Christian Stocker's Blog:
PHPUG Zurich Meeting tomorrow
April 10, 2006 @ 15:13:13

Christian Stocker has a reminder for all of you PHPers out in the Zurich area - the April usergroup meeting is happening tomorrow night (April 11th, 2006) at the offices of search.ch.

The topic of this month's meeting is "containerism" (how simple container data structures can make a programmer's life a lot easier) from Maarten Manders and will start at 7pm. A map is available for you to find your way.

Everyone is welcome, so come hang out, enjoy a good talk and socialize with your fellow PHP coders following the meeting.

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SitePoint PHP Blog:
PHP ZH Round One
March 16, 2006 @ 07:11:33

With a round-up of the first PHP Zurich meeting, Harry Fuecks has posted this new item on the SitePoint PHP Blog with all of the details.

Yesterday's first meeting worked out pretty well, to the point where I needed a quiet morning. Good turnout for the kick off thanks to everyone that made it and especially to Christian for providing space.

Security Primer talk now online here (PDF). Also a couple of snaps from Christian.

There's some talk of the "rebranding" they might be doing for the group as well as some discussion on the location for the next meeting.

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PHP Zurich:
Meeting Details - March 14th, 2006 @ 630pm
February 21, 2006 @ 07:14:30

The PHP Zurich group has posted the official announcment for their first meeting happening March 14th.

They'll be starting at the BitFlux offices and moving to Rossi's following.

The agenda includes a talk from Maarten on "containers, database abstraction and applied PHP magic" and a talk from Harry in the form of a basic PHP security primer.

If you'd like to attend, you can get this information and more from their site.

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SitePoint PHP Blog:
PHP in Zurich
February 17, 2006 @ 06:59:30

Harry Fuecks has posted a new item on the SitePoint PHP Blog today dealing with the forming (and first meeting) of a PHP user group in Zurich.

After seeing what these guys have accomplished, met up with Maarten and Christian and got motivated to start PHP Zurich. This is running in parallel to the Swiss PHP user group, which tends to meet less frequently and roves around the country, at the cost of establishing regular faces. Amazingly, PHP Zurich has already got it's first non-founding member - Rolf, who I met in London.

Their first meeting is coming up in March, on the 14th at 6:30pm at the Bitflux HQ. The topic for the evening will be PHP Security, as given by Harry himself.

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