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Perl Developer

Posted: May 9, 2017
Company name: Revolution Technology
Location: Hampshire, UK
Country: United Kingdom
Pay rate: £55,000
Poster represents: an employer
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: Job Title: Perl Developer
Location: South London
Salary: £65k per annum

“UK house prices rise at fastest for a year as London market rebounds.”

Buying, selling, renting or leasing, everyone is effected by property in some way. A leading, Digital Property Platform and app that has revolutionised the way people rent, lease and buy property are still enjoying continuous growth as they dominate this market. And they are looking for an experienced Perl Developer to continue to help them do so

The Perl Developer will share a passion for tech, digital platforms and the property market. You will build new features and enhancements to the platform including the APIs that drive our website, back-end tools, intensive/distributed data processing, search technology, complex valuation algorithms, and server control functionality.

As an experienced Perl Developer, you will join a small team within a 500 strong business but have the luxuries of the heavily agile and tech start-up-esq environment that it is run.

In my 10 years of recruitment I have genuinely never seen an office as nice as this one. It’s amazing.

Perl Developer

• Linux, Apache,
• Perl (/Mason)
• MySQL
• Amazon's Web Services (EC2, RDS etc.)
• Gearman, Memcached
If you or anyone you know might be interested, then please get in touch as soon as possible.
Please send your CV to nick.edelman@revolutiontechnology.co.uk if you want to hear more details.

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Website for more information: www.revolutiontechnology.co.uk
Contact information: nick.edelman@revolutiontechnology.co.uk

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