Thursday, February 11, 2010

Need PHP Developer

Who are we?

We are an internet company into content management and cloud computing.

What are we looking for?

We are seeking a motivated Web developer to work on our online documentation application. The ideal candidate must be able to develop the project per specifications given by us and deliver the project on time. Should have own set up (computer, net connection etc).

What will I be doing?

You will be responsible for the design and development of innovative web-based solutions for clients, focusing on Web 2.0 technologies, third party APIs, and other integrated systems.

What skills should I have?

You need to have 2+ years of web development experience and be a creative problem solver with excellent attention to detail. In addition, you must have demonstrable experience building applications utilizing 3rd-party APIs and working with open-source CMS platforms like Wordpress and Drupal. Strong communication and documentation skills are a must, and an understanding of front-end design best practices and knowledge of other web platforms (Flash, Flex, Silverlight, Adobe AIR etc.) are a plus.

Technologies
* PHP
* XML
* AJAX
* JSON
* SOAP
* Actionscript 3 (Flash or Flex)
* HTML
* CSS
* Javascript

If interested, leave a comment below with your quote. Prefer Hyderabad (India) based developers. US based developers are also welcome.

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Pain: When you right-click a Microsoft Office file to convert to Adobe PDF, the application returns the message, "Missing PDFMaker files," and does not create an Adobe PDF file.

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