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PERL/LAMP Developer

Posted: November 21, 2018
Company name: Diamond Discovery Software
Location: UK
Country: United Kingdom
Pay rate: $10 per hour + depending on experience
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Independent contractor (project-based)
Hours: Full time
Onsite: no
Description: A growing accountancy and bookkeeping systems provider are looking for a Software Developer (LAMP stack, robust experience of PERL absolutely essential) to join their Development team.

You will work within an Agile environment developing, designing and testing varied software projects.

Responsibilities Include:

• Working with the product management team to design and evolve the product vision

• Guide application architecture in line with business and user's requirements.

• Using your knowledge and experience you will be able to influence the team’s success, working with stakeholders across the business to deliver effective and successful product solutions.

• Feedback on progress against plans, timescale updates and problems to Development Director.

Essential Experience Required:

• Exposure to the latest tools and technologies (Continuous Integration, Test Automation, DevOps) and a strong understanding of technology trends.

• Strong experience working with a range of technologies, LAMP stack is essential.

• Excellent understanding of software architecture for cloud / SaaS solutions and related technologies.

• Good standard of written and spoken English and Russian

Desirable Experience: • Previous exposure to mentoring more junior developers. • Working with containerised applications / Docker.
Desired skills: PERL

LAMP (Linux operating system, the Apache HTTP Server, the MySQL relational database management system (RDBMS), and the PHP programming language)

Engaging personality open to challenges
Website for more information: www.getseennow.co.uk
Contact information: Anastasia Ward, anastasia@getseennow.co.uk

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