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We’ve built our team by finding the most creative, passionate and talented people with deep knowledge of the blogosphere. We provide unique and creative career challenges, and other employees who are equally committed. If you’re looking for experienced and supportive management, a fun and healthy team atmosphere, and an outstanding opportunity where high standard are respected and contributions are recognized, we would like to talk to you.
Role: Entry Web Developer or Web Developer
1) Building a custom MVC framework:
The web development team has the responsibility of maintaining a large application with millions of users while building new features and improving existing features. We approach this challenge by migrating our existing application incrementally toward a modern MVC framework.
2) Interacting with an extremely rich dataset through a multifaceted data access interface Technorati runs on far more than a simple database-backed website. With entire teams devoted to different parts of our data infrastructure, the web team interfaces with that data through multiple means. We use asynchronous file generation/access, internal REST interfaces, web APIs, and the occasional, classic database.
Requirement: We are looking for a top Entry Web Developer or Web Developer with a few years of experience to join our experienced them. Here is a bit more about innovative ways that we are working with PHP. If you can advise us about user groups or other ways to reach out to the PHP community, please let us know.
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