[Chicago] Imaginary Landscape looks to hire python programmers

Brady Cox bradyc at google.com
Thu Jul 19 22:57:31 CEST 2007

Also, I'd like to add that Chris is a gentleman and a scholar.

See you at the next ChiPy meeting... unless I'm out of state.

On 7/19/07, Christopher Allan Webber <cwebber at imagescape.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> The company I work at, Imaginary Landscape, is looking for another
> experienced Python programmer (or so).  Both full time and contractor
> positions are available.  Imaginary Landscape is a Chicago-based
> web development company in Andersonville with deep Python-based roots.
> We also encourage open source projects and support your involvement in
> the open source community.
> A good candidate must have:
> - 2+ years experience programming with python
> - 2+ years experience with SQL
> - Experience on the command line in a Linux (or other Unix-like) OS
> - Have familiarity with one or more web frameworks, such as
>    Paste/Pylons, Turbogears, Django, or Ruby on Rails
> Experience with Zope Page Templates and Zope are also desirable (for
> legacy purposes).
> A bit of company background:
>   Founded in 1995, Imaginary Landscape is an award-winning web
>   developer with a diverse portfolio of clients.  We have built an
>   indcredible team of knowledgable, experienced and approachable
>   professionals who develop long-term relationships with clients.  We
>   combine salary with company profit-sharing and 100% company-paid
>   health insurance to attract and retain the very brightest who are
>   looking to make a difference.
> You can respond with your cover letter and resume (as PDF, MS Word,
> OpenDocument, HTML or just plain text) to me directly or to
> employment at imagescape.com
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Brady Cox
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