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View Full Version : PHP Programmer/Designer!



yambh
03-11-2008, 06:34 PM
My partner and i are looking for the following person.

*Must know PHP, mysql, etc either intermediate or advanced or know what you are doing-- and we are serious on this we verify this stuff.
*Be able to write php code so that other programmers can read it easily, and understand it, document it as well.
*Someone that is reliable, trust worthy, respectful, team player and communicates.
*That knows how to solve issues fast, effcient and, suggest new ideas that is better for the project at hand.
*Take control of projects, improve them and add or subtract items from them to improve the site
*Suggest ways to improve security and or features or services on the site.


If you fit these requirements and are VERY eager to advance your knowledge, want to work for a couple of easy going guys, get paid more than just the work asked for--YES!---that means profit sharing/performance pay.So the more the site produces the more of a large bonus that YOU can make, yes as much as like 10g a month. If you are seriously intersted..Please msn me at brl1971 at hotmail... send me your port and what kind of wage you want. Your ports MUST pass validation test with no more than 15 errors on the page and I check them at w3.org site too. So Send me an email asap.. we can start fixing things and make everyone a ton of cash..

Thanks,

Bryan..

Fumigator
03-11-2008, 06:47 PM
Is this a salaried position with perks?

NancyJ
03-11-2008, 08:02 PM
If you're looking for a php/mysql programmer, why are you running their portfolio through the w3c validator? I'm a php coder and I had nothing to do with the HTML in most of my portfolio. You don't mention anything about wanting HTML/CSS skills in your post.

Also, is this full time/part time, in-house/freelance, min guaranteed wage?

Andrew Johnson
03-11-2008, 08:16 PM
I was going to email then I saw you accept people who allow up to 15 errors in their work. One is too many in my book.

NancyJ if you're writing PHP that does things like generate RSS feeds, returns values for use with AJAX httpRequests, etc then you have a valid point.

NancyJ
03-11-2008, 09:05 PM
I was going to email then I saw you accept people who allow up to 15 errors in their work. One is too many in my book.

NancyJ if you're writing PHP that does things like generate RSS feeds, returns values for use with AJAX httpRequests, etc then you have a valid point.



You're also completely ignoring my point, which is that a php programmer didn't necessarily write the html or have anything to do with it, or as is very often the case, after the original coder has finished, some 'designer' has come in a ****ed with it all, meaning, whilst the php still works, the once finely crafted html is now a mess of tables and font tags

VIPStephan
03-12-2008, 12:34 AM
Indeed, there is a reason why we differentiate between front-end and back-end developers. And one isnít necessarily good in one of the other (or both) fields. And you donít have to be because thatís what ďthe other guyĒ is for.

bcarl314
03-12-2008, 01:37 AM
While I agree with the whole front-end vs. back-end debate going on here, that's really a topic for another thread.

My primary concern is that there has been no clarification from the OP about the salary question.

yambh, please update your post or reply with salary info.

Thanks



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