[Baypiggies] Needed: Python/Zope developer

Joseph Ols joseph at olscontrols.com
Thu Nov 8 11:28:32 CET 2007

Ols Controls www.olscontrols.com is looking for a Python/Zope developer who can help get a startup off the ground (Alpha partially installed, multiple others claim they want to be the first paying Beta).  The application is a combination of a website, custom hardware, and Linux SBC enabling companies and homeowners inexpensively to control individual room temperatures via a web interface.  This person(*) will write client-side Python embedded controller code, and create server-side feature rich Zope webpages working with a mySQL database.  

We are looking for a bright / skilled coder who understands Python/Zope and basics of HTML, Javascript & CSS, and how they work together to make for a good user experience.  One who can jump into the middle of an existing project, and be/remain productive after a brief orientation.

    - Python.  Mid-level ability for server-side work, and more advanced Python for client-side coding
    - Zope.  Solid experience with developing a Zope or Plone site in the past, for server-side work
    - HTML, Javascript, CSS.  While design experience would be great, you are able to 'make it happen' when shown how the final output should look

    - Graphics Design
    - Web User Interface design
    - Able to help manage other developers

This is a tasked based position that can be done either on an hourly basis or project price.  Work hours/schedule is flexible (moonlighting OK), but reasonable deadlines must be met.  If this looks interesting, please send e-mail joseph at olscontrols.com, or call (408) 353-6564, or talk to me at the Nov 8 meeting at Google for more information & project specifics.  

Thank you.

Joseph Ols
(*) prefer one person, but open to multiple individuals if interested in client-side-only or server-side-only focus
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