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Hourly Rate: Not Sure   |  Duration: Not Sure  |  Posted: Aug 11, 2015  |  Closed  |   15 Proposals
Programmer to address periodic technical issues/questions of site users and to provide technical services required to upgrade product offerings that are intended promote a quality blogging experience for our users. The platform is built with Ruby on Rails and hosted on Heroku. Static assets are hosted with Amazon S3. The blogging engine itself is Markdown based, but a WYSIWYG editor might be added in the near future. As such, candidates must have significant demonstrable ROR experience, particularly as it relates to Heroku and S3 systems. Experience in providing technical advice as it relates to strategic and operational issues/goals would be an additional plus. Aside from the routine technical support users need, periodic projects will range from the simple such as modifying the existing checkout to support PayPal and adding additional language support, to the more complex such as category indexes, content search, competitor-blog importer solutions. These assignments would be ong...
Category: Blog Programming       
Skills: Heroku, Amazon S3       

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|    United States
Fixed Price: Less than $500   |  Posted: Aug 09, 2015  |  Closed  |   4 Proposals
This job is about creating 3 Atom packages (for the github text editor ATOM) and uploading them to the atom data base (so that no manual installing is necessary) 1.) .planner The planner package allows you to create planners starting NOW and calculating the time-stamps when you've finished your subtasks. e.g. you type today.planner The .planner function should be analogous to the .timer function shown in this video   [obscured]  /RfFggGDD6RU?t=48s Features to include: Times can be updated constantly (20 minutes becomes 10 minutes => new times are calculated). Time-lines can always be deleted => new calculation, e.g. "Knead" is finished => delete it, so that times are updated. Time-lines can always be set to ignore by Github markdown line-through (~linethrough~), has same effect as delection. The current task is displayed in the status bar as a count-down: e.g. in the video, when 7 Minutes are over: today.planner 11:13 Knead 20 Minutes 11:33 Do something else....
Category: Blog Programming       
Skills: CoffeeScript       

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|    Germany
Hourly Rate: Not Sure   |  Duration: 1-2 weeks  |  Posted: Aug 08, 2015  |  Closed  |   2 Proposals
This job is about creating 3 Atom packages (for the github text editor ATOM) and uploading them to the atom data base (so that no manual installing is necessary) 1.) .planner The planner package allows you to create planners starting NOW and calculating the time-stamps when you've finished your subtasks. e.g. you type today.planner The .planner function should be analogous to the .timer function shown in this video   [obscured]  /RfFggGDD6RU?t=48s Features to include: Times can be updated constantly (20 minutes becomes 10 minutes => new times are calculated). Time-lines can always be deleted => new calculation, e.g. "Knead" is finished => delete it, so that times are updated. Time-lines can always be set to ignore by Github markdown line-through (~linethrough~), has same effect as delection. The current task is displayed in the status bar as a count-down: e.g. in the video, when 7 Minutes are over: today.planner 11:13 Knead 20 Minutes 11:33 Do something else....
Category: Blog Programming       
Skills: CoffeeScript       

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| J****sH1
|    Germany
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