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LAMP Developer

Posted: February 7, 2017
Company name: Clickmagick
Location: Austin, TX
Country: United States
Pay rate: negotiable
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: no
Description: 1,000s of paying customers rely on ClickMagick to track, manage and optimize all of their online advertising.

We are looking to add a fourth technical member to our team. Everybody telecommutes and it is a relaxed environment.

We offer a competitive starting salary, equity, the freedom to work when and where you want, no corporate BS or politics, and a great team on a mission.

Starting salary negotiable depending on skills and experience.

Our stack is Perl + CentOS + Apache + Nginx + MySQL + jquery + Angular V1 + vagrant + docker + Git. You don't need to know all of them, but the more you know, the better. You must have Perl experience. We have many tens of thousands of lines of Perl code for you to feast upon.

The main services we use are Github + Trello + Travis CI + Slack + CloudFront. Experience with some of these is a big plus.
Desired skills: We are looking for somebody that is very comfortable with Perl and willing to use the latest hotness in new code while maintaining legacy code. We have older code using mod_perl on Apache and newer code using Plack+nginx and OpenResty with some Lua. Familiarity with nginx or Plack is a big plus.

Being a CPAN author is also a big plus.

Knowing multiple languages, even ones we don't use, is a huge plus.

Basic jQuery/front-end JS skills required, strong jQuery skills is a big plus, as well as HTML5/CSS and knowing how the DOM works. If you know about Angular or Docker, that is a plus, but not required.

We use vagrant for local testing and experience with that is a plus.

MySQL
CentOS experience is a plus, not required as long as you are very comfortable on the command-line.
Website for more information: www.clickmagick.com
Contact information: patrick at clickmagick . com

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