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11-06-2012, 02:56 PM
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NoteShares Tech Startup Hiring

Hello,

First let me say that this is completely off topic, but I am posting this here because my company, NoteShares (https://noteshares.com) is hiring 1 or 2 talented software engineers well versed in PHP, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS building sophisticated database systems.

NoteShares is a diverse document sharing platform that allows you to connect with friends, share photos, and create new opportunities to learn, educate, and share.

Now if you think you're qualified, or if you know someone who would be interested working for an innovative tech startup in Ottawa, email or tell the person you know to email jobs@noteshares.com with their CV and why you are they think they are qualified for the available position.

I would really appreciate this if you know somebody or if you think you are qualified.

Thanks!

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11-06-2012, 03:36 PM
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Is there a training process?

I'm rather qualified in the arts of gas pump technicianing and whitewater rafting.

I have my elementary school leaving.

Hobbies include Bowling, copious amounts of MDMA and runescape.

Let me know if your interested. Thanks!

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Is there a training process?

I'm rather qualified in the arts of gas pump technicianing and whitewater rafting.

I have my elementary school leaving.

Hobbies include Bowling, copious amounts of MDMA and runescape.

Let me know if your interested. Thanks!
Im not gonna bother to email now. Can't see you not getting the job.

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Wasn't this company on Dragons Den?

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as someone qualified in all the languages you state but deficient in mysql, i'm rather confused as to what you are looking for. You listed a bunch of web-interface languages, but then asked for someone to build sophisticated databases.

Do you want a web designer, a database engineer, or someone who can do both?

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Wasn't this company on Dragons Den?
That was NoteWagon, and no, we are not them.

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as someone qualified in all the languages you state but deficient in mysql, i'm rather confused as to what you are looking for. You listed a bunch of web-interface languages, but then asked for someone to build sophisticated databases.

Do you want a web designer, a database engineer, or someone who can do both?
Hence the reason why I stated I was looking for 1 or 2 talented software engineers. Currently, I am doing all of the above. Anyone we hire needs to have at the least a basic understanding of all of the technologies we are developing under.

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Wasn't this company on Dragons Den?
This if for Dungeons and Dragons!?!

Maybe I should email...

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as someone qualified in all the languages you state but deficient in mysql, i'm rather confused as to what you are looking for. You listed a bunch of web-interface languages, but then asked for someone to build sophisticated databases.

Do you want a web designer, a database engineer, or someone who can do both?
Most should be able to do both. I think as a developer you need to be able to model a system using any relational Database.

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Most should be able to do both. I think as a developer you need to be able to model a system using any relational Database.
I agree (not sure why the world 'relational' was thrown in there) almost everything is 3-tier architecture and a startup likely will not have very strict separation of duties. I work at a F500 so roles are split up like that. For example Database Management Analyst, Application Developer, and then usually there will be someone who engineers solutions utilising those roles called something like "business analyst". A startup usually will throw everything on 1 host, with no backup and no disaster recovery plan usually on the cheapest equipment possible. Even vbulletin is 3-tier, but it's just very easy to install and manage.

When you work in a startup you're usually the ol' "one-man-show". On call 24 / 7, no overtime, everyone in the company depends on you so you are constantly harassed to have things done (usually requiring more hours than are in a day, week, or month), you can't take a day off (or vacation) without the boss giving you the guilt trip or it's your responsibility to train someone (who they don't hire) and document everything (from how to power on the computer to rebuilding configuration files when one of the network devices locks up and needs to be failed over) to cover for you while you're gone and if that person is so idiotic, or the unpaid intern with no experience, that they can't comprehend all of what you do then it's your fault and you're not going anywhere while the boss thinks up every possible angle of attack to justify marking your performance low and withhold any raises at the end of the year while promising you just just enough to keep you going if you remain in your position.

Been there, no thanks.

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This position sounds more like a web application developer than a 'software engineer'. Anyhow, it seems like you're looking for a jack of all trades, master of none. You should separate these into 2 positions - front end developer - strong HTML, CSS and JavaScript lighter familiarity with PHP and SQL. Back end developer - strengths reversed.

Good luck. I've been a web developer for over 10 years and have yet to see awesomeness in all these languages from one individual. Do yourself a favour and get specialists.

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But...they cost money.

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It takes money to make money :-)

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