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ADMIN: Job opportunity: Floo-Wide Programmer Needed

Posted by: Melissa
November 29, 2004, 11:22 AM

Calling all techies! The Floo Network is looking for a PHP expert to work for all four Floo sites and more. We don't want much, just someone who will devote his or her life to our bidding.
Just kidding. Here's what we actually need (beware techspeak imported right from BK). The person will need to have experience with PHP, MySQL and some sort of virtual Apache server environment. He/She'd be working on implementing new and exciting features across the Floo Network (which includes Leaky, The Harry Potter Lexicon, Quick Quotes, and The Hogwarts Galleries), as well as other Floo-oriented projects.

If you're interested, send us an email with PHP in the subject heading. Kindly include examples of your work and a brief rundown of your relevant experience. Thanks very much! Keep watching this space for exciting Floo changes soon, guys.

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“We don’t want much, just someone who will devote his or her life to our bidding…” Lol!

Posted by Smitch on December 12, 2009, 12:17 AM report to moderator
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