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Web Application Developer

at SlideShare in San Francisco, CA   —   Jun 27, 2014   |  
Overview
SlideShare is looking for first-rate engineering talent. Here's the deal: we don't care what school you went to, or what grades you got there. We care about what you have DONE - maybe independent or freelance projects that are visible on the web? Or even better, open-source contributions? We're looking for web-savvy hackers who know JavaScript and Flash and at least one server-side scripting language, and can use them to full effect in creating amazing web applications. We use Ruby as a programming language, but experience with Ruby is not a prerequisite; PHP, Python or even Java is fine.
Experience
Expert programming skills in PHP, Ruby or Python. (We are not particular about language as long as you are a quick learner).
Expert Javascript/HTML/CSS/Ajax/ActionScript coding skills.
Good understanding of web standards, CSS-based design, cross-browser compatibility.
Experienced at developing for the web (understand JSON / RESTful APIs). Extra points for Facebook app / mashup experience.
Familiarity with MVC frameworks such as Rails, Zend, Symfony, CakePHP.
Strong command of SQL.
Good understanding of web technologies (HTTP, Apache, MySQL) and familiarity with Unix/Linux. Extra points for experience with Lucene, Memcache.
You should have most of the skills and experience mentioned above and be enthusiastic about learning the rest.
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