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- Job: PHP Legend / Wellingon / New Zealand
May 20, 2005, 2:35 am
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Ever wanted to work in a team that is seeking to revolutionize an
industry? If the chance to be part of something great is the sort of
thing that gets you up in the morning, you will fit in well with the
rest of us.
* Essential: Pride in your work and good software development
* Required: Some PHP and MySQL experience
We're looking for an awesome programmer to join our small (and
quickly growing) company. You will be developing in a LAMP (Linux,
Apache, MySQL, PHP) environment, and you will need some experience in
this area, but we are more interested in your general skills as a
Linux administration and user interface design will be a big plus.
You'll get to work with a great team, cutting-edge technology, and in
a great environment. And, for your time, we'll pay you well.
Initially you will be offered a three-month contract for an exciting
project, and the role will likely lead to further employment
For more information contact Sam Minnée on:
64 4 381 4486
Re: PHP development
If you've not already done so, I'd suggest you get a copy of Firefox with
the web developer extension. In addition to getting a compliant web page,
it makes development a lot easier. I'd also recommend not using HTML
comments for anything you don't explicitly want to go to the browser. You
should also think about how to implement a secure logon system.
As an advert for your skills, the URL you presented could serve you a lot
- R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah
June 8, 2005, 1:45 pm
[OT] Re: PHP development
Colin McKinnon wrote:
I think, it is even better to have tidy
<http://users.skynet.be/mgueury/mozilla/ in this case.
What I found was frames and revision info in HTML comments. FWIW, it
is sometimes/many times better not to claim of skills.
<?php echo 'Just another PHP saint'; ?>
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