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Senior Perl Developer

Posted: June 20, 2014
Company name: Broadbean Technology
Location: Canary Wharf, London, UK
Country: United Kingdom
Pay rate: Competitive
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: some
Description: We're looking for a talented Senior Developer to join our team in our lovely Canary Wharf offices. You'll be working on a mixtures of new and less new codebases, you'll be able to influence the technologies we use, and will be partly responsible for the architecture of the resulting products.

We build a Software As A Service product for recruiters, and have 60%-70% of the UK market depending on who you ask. We're a smallish company (90 people in the UK, 40 in California, a handful in Sydney) owned by a much larger company. Post-probation we offer (non-contractually, to permanent staff) flexible working and 50% telecommuting. We've got a development team of 30 and are fully committed to Perl, clearing our technical debt, and doing things the right way moving forward...

We have a number of members of the London Perl Mongers working with us, and we'll hopefully be sending a fair contingent to YAPC this year, so if you're a Perl person through and through, you'll be amongst friends.
Required skills: You'll need to show proof of strong and "Modern" Perl - at least familiarity with various testing modules, exposure to Moose would be useful. You should have opinions that you can justify on the "right" level of testing, and the pros and cons of continuous delivery. You can take a stab at the philosophical differences between Catalyst, Dancer, and Mojolicious.
Contact information: Email: peters@broadbean.com with at least your CV and optionally any of your GitHub Profile, CPAN ID, LinkedIn address, and anything else you think might be of interest.

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