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See the Hipster in his Natural Perl Environment

Posted: November 27, 2019
Company name: Perl Jobs by Perl Careers
Location: Shoreditch, London, UK
Country: United Kingdom
Pay rate: Competitive salary based on experience
Poster represents: a recruiting agency
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: Where can you find the best curry in London?

Time was you had to go to the store and buy a record/cassette tape/CD if you wanted to hear that great new song. Then Napster came along, and it was a music free-for-all. Copyright who? The advent of the internet changed the way we listen to music forever, which is fine for major artists like T-Swift, but what about the indie guys and gals who need a way to protect what’s theirs?

That’s where our client comes in. They provide a platform for musicians and industry professionals to manage their work and while making sure they get paid for it. If you support independent music, or if you’re just a fan of artists getting compensated enough to drop the “starving” part from their title, then this might be the job for you.

Our client is in the market for a full-time, mid-level developer who can make sweet, sweet music with Catalyst, TT, Moose with Plack, and mod_perl. If you get down with Elastic Search and party with Postgres, you’ll fit right in at this uber-cool company with start-up vibes and long-term staying power.

Located in the hipster haven of Shoreditch, the office is nothing like your beige-walls-and-fluorescent-lights cubicle warren. Graffiti art outside lets you know you’re in the right place; soaring rafters and cool windows inside remind you that you’re worlds away from ordinary. Oh, and did we mention that Shoreditch has the best curry in London?

If this sounds like your jam, send us an email now, before this role goes the way of Napster and disappears forever!
Desired skills: Strong Modern Perl
Website for more information: job.perl.careers
Contact information: pete@perl.careers

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