OOP Php (ZF2 / Doctrine ORM) - Night Job Moonlighting
Looking for one sharp guy (or gal) for OOP coding on SwiftForm.com, a wizard based forms editor.
We do a lot of websites for hire, and every one of them have forms, sometimes complex ones, so we'll also mix in actual client requests with internal development of this product.
This is good because you'll be kept in reality by a steady flow of real-world use cases :-)
The ideal candidate may be a full time coder by day and looking for some extra money at night for 10-15 hours a week.
Unlike times past, we are hiring someone for one specific project, and if your code is good, this will continue for months or even years making the product amazing. We have a good base to grow from, but have some features and the core team is stretched too thin.
Note we need a daily check-in via Google Chat 1x/day for just a few minutes somewhere after 8pm IST / 8 am PST (USA CA time zone) Sun-Thurs, with a report of
- What got done since last chat
- What's next?
- Problems you would like help with, i.e. cron jobs for sysadmin to set up, or external code hooks, etc., problems you spot in the code that we need to fix, I want to know problems, not sweep them under the rug.
- If you are off duty, let me know - electricity out? Power out? Send me a 3 word email via friend's phone, so I can plan and let clients know. If you go missing without notice, this won't work. Even if you simply need sleep, I'd rather know and not like the answer and reassign any urgent work than simply not telling me.
Code must be
- Actual OOP Doctrine code, not just procedural code stuffed into folders. We need actual code samples and examples of some work you did.
- Pushed via GIT then uploaded; we'll automate this sometime soon-ish
- Clean and commented
- Secure. We've had hacking attempts before, and will again, as we get into the tens of thousands of users we become a bigger target.
What you'll get if you meet the above:
- A great, useful, functional long term project
- Work with an awesome team
- clear specs and good systems
- steady money
- and some fun
Roger in Los Angeles