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Posted: November 10, 2003
Job title: Senior web mod_perl / DBI Programmer
Company name: Spectrum Data Technologies, LLC
Location: United States, NY, NYC
Pay rate: Open, Specify Requirements
Terms of employment: Independent contractor (hourly)
Length of employment: Minimum 1 Month
Hours: Full time
Senior Perl web / database programmer required to assist team in building
e-commerce distribution and fulfillment systems, tuning code. The primary
responsibilities for this job include porting existing CGI code to mod_perl
or enabling CGI::Fast, and transferring that knowledge to the development
team. A second phase of the project may require HTML::Mason to be enabled,
so the ideal candidate would also possess that skillset as well. Must be
able to demonstrate experience with high-volume transaction systems and
Candidate must be personable and have experience with some minimal client
interaction. Most importantly, the client must work well with the existing
team. Must be able to provide examples of your work and ideally specify
URLs. Senior candidates only. Recent experience with high-volume
transaction systems required.
CGI, CGI.pm specifically
DBI Experience (MySQL and Oracle)
Recent Experience with large-scale transaction systems.
cron and job scheduling
Nice to have, but not required ...
Experience with CVS or other code management tools
Apache Administration (Apache + SSL)
Please send CV * with salary requirements * to jobs-at-spectrumdt.com .
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