[sf-lug] [JOB] Sr. PHP Developer, San Francisco | 100-125k

jim jim at well.com
Wed Aug 12 22:20:00 PDT 2009

[JOB] Sr. PHP Developer, San Francisco | 100-125k 

Our downtown San Francisco client is one of the biggest social
networking technology companies around. More than 85,000 sites rely on
our clients technology to power their social networks, including the
world's most recognizable brands such as the BBC, HBO, U2, Madonna, NBA,
and NHL, and they are growing bigger by the day.

They want a full-time Senior PHP Developer with a deep understanding of
web technologies and experienced in building white-label web platforms.
If they can dream it, you should be able to build it. It's a fast-paced,
but rewarding opportunity that offers exposure to the some of the most
innovative social networking platforms in the world today, perfect for a
senior developer seeking new challenges, and looking to take your coding
and problem solving to the next level (while having fun in the process).


=> Current and rock-solid knowledge of PHP 5.x, deep understanding of
implementing secure, fast PHP applications for both page generation and
=> Experience working with MySQL 5.x with special focus on SQL query
performance tuning, replications and data partitioning etc 
=> Solid working knowledge of the Linux operating system 
=> Ability to deliver quality code quickly from full specs, and work in
a dynamic, fast-moving environment 
=> Excellent analytical problem solving skills 
=> A portfolio or a list of URLs and a description on how you
=> A wicked sense of humor 


=> Familiarity with Facebook/OpenSocial/iPhone apps 
=> Past experience at a social networking product 
=> Clustering solutions that use commodity hardware and smart software
to keep sites up and running is a huge plus 
=> Being able to say the alphabet backwards while standing on one foot 

To be considered, please submit your resume along with your salary
requirements to beau-AT-open-source-staffing.com  

Thank you, 

Beau J. Gould 
Open Source Staffing 

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