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  • Seeking Programmer/DB Designer (MySQL/PHP)

    If you are a motivated, talented, forward-thinking individual, keep reading.

    We are a captivating, expanding company that is seeking extraordinary people who want to grow with us. We are primarily Internet-based, addressing an important void in the Adult Entertainment industry (…and no, we are not at all about porn!). Our company has an exciting vision for growth-- a vision that demands a committed team; a vision that can showcase your talents.

    Our firm is currently seeking a DB Designer/Programmer who will start off p/t and work themselves up to f/t hours eventually becoming the lead programmer.

    To fill this position, we desire a professional who is accustomed to working with small companies like ours that are creative in finding ways to stretch a dollar.

    A Qualified Job Candidate is one who:

    * Is skilled in php4/php5, must be able to define what a normalized database is, must be able to explain MySQL indexing, must be familiar with Apache and Linux.
    * can demonstrate knowledge of web application security, including proper handling of variables, sql calls, and user inputs.
    * should be familiar with Security procedures.
    * should be able to work with both Procedural and Object Oriented PHP.
    * you must show normalization, relational, and indexing with any code samples and also explain in writing exactly what each piece of code does.
    * in the next e-mail you should send us actual samples of your own code, perhaps a login authentication script or a script that handles form inputs and puts data in DB and another script that selects from db. Plus, a copy of the full database structure.

    If you can't show all of this in your script, please do not respond.

    While your overall DB Design & programming skills may get your foot in our door, your Interpersonal Skills are just as important. Our Ideal Team Members are:

    • Detail-oriented and confident in making suggestions when they see that something may be improved.
    • Organized, and have the ability to set and meet deadlines.
    • Patient, team-oriented, and recognizes that a web site is an eternal work in progress.
    • Excellent in English communication skills (both written and verbal); able to follow explicit instructions, on the phone and via e-mail.
    • Never reluctant to ask questions in an effort to understand the full picture.
    • Flexible in redirecting their project plans should a major change arise.
    • Ethical, and possessing a strong personal commitment to their word (…and our words are golden).
    • Friendly, down to earth, and have a heaping dose of common sense.
    • Ambitious, goal oriented, and striving to improve their skills for the betterment of the company.

    Do you have what it takes? If so, we’d like to hear from you. Please do the following:

    1. Put the keywords “New DB Programmer” at the top of your PM.
    2. Detail why you feel you are suited for this position based on what is written above & include ALL relevant experience. We will assume you have no experience in a certain area if you don't list it.
    3. Forward us your professional references who can verify your DB Design & Programming abilities.
    4. Include your best small business hourly rate.
    5. Be prepared to provide us with that script in the next PM/e-mail if everything else is fine.

    Please note that time is of the essence. If you lack some of the important qualifications listed above, or if you do not have the time or dedication to fulfill this part-time job because of another full-time job to which you are already committed, please do not respond to this ad.

    Thank you –

    Michelle

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    PM us if you want our list of other positions that are also available.
    Offering high risk merchant account, small business loans and chargeback prevention services

  • #2
    Originally posted by ep2002 View Post
    * you must show normalization, relational, and indexing with any code samples and also explain in writing exactly what each piece of code does.
    hilarious. you obviously don't realy know what you are talking about.
    Originally posted by ep2002 View Post
    * in the next e-mail you should send us actual samples of your own code, perhaps a login authentication script or a script that handles form inputs and puts data in DB and another script that selects from db. Plus, a copy of the full database structure.
    yeah right. as if you would be able to deduct my capabilitys from that. you wouldn't even know if i grab some code from hotscripts or phpclasses and send it over to you
    Originally posted by ep2002 View Post
    If you can't show all of this in your script, please do not respond.
    good luck, but i fear you wount get much responses from established coders.
    if you wanna know what an applicant is worth, then it would make more sense to pay him for a small, well defined job and then evaluate his code and documentation/analysing/communication/... skills.
    Originally posted by ep2002 View Post
    4. Include your best small business hourly rate.
    is this an add for a part-time position at a company, or for some freelance work that gets paid on an per hour base?
    Posting guidelines I use to see if I will spend time to answer your question : http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

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    • #3
      * in the next e-mail you should send us actual samples of your own code, perhaps a login authentication script or a script that handles form inputs and puts data in DB and another script that selects from db. Plus, a copy of the full database structure.
      And then you run off and we never hear from you again?

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      • #4
        We will accept only serious candidates via PM who are NOT egomaniacs & live in fear.

        Thank you


        Michelle
        Offering high risk merchant account, small business loans and chargeback prevention services

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ep2002 View Post
          We will accept only serious candidates via PM who are NOT egomaniacs & live in fear.
          better edit your initial post then and include these extra conditions --> might reduce the enormous amount of PM's you're getting.

          but i can understand your reaction: one egomaniac is usually enough in a small company...
          Posting guidelines I use to see if I will spend time to answer your question : http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

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          • #6
            You can delete the post now. Already found a very nice programmer.


            Michelle
            Offering high risk merchant account, small business loans and chargeback prevention services

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