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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 139115 28-Jan-2014 14:20 Send private message

I'm looking for contract PHP developer to take the lead on a bespoke web-based inventory management system of-sorts for startup I'm involved in.

This will be an on-going project with features needing to be added as the business grows.

  • Must be based in NZ, ideally Auckland (you'll work from your own premises)
  • Comfortable working with the TradeMe and Fastway Couriers APIs
  • Will use a well-supported php framework of your choice (Symfony, Cake, Drupal etc)
  • Will be responsible for backend and basic front-end design / development (HTML5, Javascript, responsive design, MySQL)
You'll be working with a technical co-founder who understands all the technologies involved so won't ask you to do anything impossible and will be able to provide technical assistance where required however you will be expected to work fairly autonomously by contributing to designs etc where necessary.

PM me your details and I'll get in contact with you.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 976068 28-Jan-2014 17:23 Send private message

Would be able to post some more details such as initial project timelines, initial project scope, will the person be managing a team, will all environment software be provided or will the project initiator provide required software, etc.


Stefan Andres Charsley

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