Web Developer Gig
Just a thought from 23 April 2005 about Technorati.
Sorry for the business intrusion, but we've got a contract position to fill at Technorati. So if you're a hardcore xhtml/css wonk in San Francisco and you're interested in a 1-2 month, in-house contract, read on!
UPDATE: Position filled!
Technorati has an immediate need for a XHTML/CSS wiz. The Web Developer is responsible for taking design mockups from the Senior Designer (moi), and guidance from the Senior Technologist (Tantek), and producing semantic XHTML 1.0 Strict and valid CSS for the website.
We're looking for someone who loves coding XHTML/CSS - not a slumming programmer nor a frustrated designer. We're passionate about quality code, and we want to work with someone who shares that passion. This is a short-term (1-2 months), in-house contract position. It could lead to a full-time job offer if we find someone we love to work with.
For immediate consideration, please send a short introduction and the URL of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. (If you don't have a URL for your resume, this probably isn't the gig for you.)
This section is called Just a Thought. It's a blog where I post little pieces of what I'm thinking about at the moment. This page is an individual entry called “Web Developer Gig” that I wrote on 23 April 2005.
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