Trying to hire or grow a Python developer for a 2 year contract

felix felix at epepm.cupet.cu
Tue Apr 7 14:11:42 CEST 2015


El 05/04/15 13:28, Peter Rowley escribió:
>
>  Hi,
>
> I'm at York University in Toronto, Canada.  We have a large 
> Python-and-Oracle web application written with Pyramids and YUI that 
> we use to manage the staffing of courses at York and are looking for 
> an intermediate or senior developer for a 2 year contract to work on 
> extensions to the application.  If you are interested or know of 
> someone who would be, please e-mail me at prowley at yorku.ca.  The 
> salary is approximately $75,000 a year and benefits are excellent.
>
> We have been looking for someone for this position for a while and are 
> starting to think about hiring someone who has good programming skills 
> but not necessarily Python.  To that end, if you're a Python developer 
> or hire them, I'd be interested in your opinion of which common 
> programming languages that people might know would enable learning 
> Python?  I'm guessing PHP for the dynamic language concepts and Java 
> for the structure, but that's not based on much evidence.
>
Nice job!
It makes me realize that studying Python is not just fun but also an 
opportunity to get paid!
Bad for me because I'm just a beginner. I started with Python and Django 
a year ago! ;)

I read the basic concepts of several languages when I was a student: 
Basic, Pascal, C, Assembly language for x86 processor, then some basic 
concepts of OOP, then PHP and I found Python is so natural and easy to 
start with as they say in tutorials.

I'm sure you will find someone soon, Mr. Rowley.
Good luck!!!
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