|FROM ||Ruben I Safir
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] Fwd: Re: Embperl programmer needed [email@example.com]
On 2004.04.02 03:21 Kee Hinckley wrote:
We have two needs in this space. One is an immediate project
(fixed-price) to add a number of features to an existing web site
(http://www.masscharterschools.org/). The first part of that is a
job posting site. We have a backend mysql database structure that
can be used as the basis for it (it currently manages all of the
database driven code that you'll find if you dig down to the
The second need is simply to provide ongoing technical support for
the client. This probably averages an hour a month and involves
small features, bug fixes, and the like. On both of these you'd be
working with our designer, who is the main liaison with the client.
If you are interested, another task (and we can talk about
compensation for this--I'm more into this part for the fame :-) is to
enhance and document the Embperl/Perl Library tools used to build
this site, and get them out for public download so that other people
can take advantage of them.
All programming would be done from your current location. We can
provide a development environment with sftp/ssh access and a web
server as necessary--although if you have your own that you can use,
that's probably easiest. Source code control is in CVS over ssh.
What I'd like to see if you are available (and we're talking starting
full time immediately, and then part time later on) is a brief
description of related projects you've worked on, and if possible,
some sample Embperl and/or Perl code you've written. Don't worry,
I'm not expecting massively commented neat stuff--just looking at
basic structure and if available, OO design. I'd also like an idea
of what you would be expecting for rates, and what your long term
availability is (i.e. are you in the consulting business, or
Thanks for your time!
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