[python-uk] Python opportunity in London

Rakesh Thakrar rakesh.thakrar at e-r-n.co.uk
Fri Mar 31 15:11:21 CEST 2006

Our client develops technology for the entertainment industry.  Due to
expansion they are currently looking for a Python Web Developer.  Obviously
you will have commercial experience developing with Python .  Any knowledge
of using wx would be nice but not essential.  You will also have some
experience using technologies such as SQL, ASP,  HTML and CSS, client
scripting using DHTML and Javascript,  XML and ideally python scripting
language though we would consider candidates with Apache / mod_python or
Zope.  Candidates must we willing to be flexible and open to work or x-train
into other Microsoft technologies such as .NET. Skill in other technologies
such as Java, C, C++, Visual Basic and COM would be nice and potentially
useful but not essential.  
Salary £25-£40k + Bens + Bonus


Rakesh Thakrar
Senior Consultant
Recruitment Division
2 Adelaide Street
St. Albans
Herts, AL3 5BH
Tel: 0845 389 2322
Mob: 079 7094 3227
Fax: 0845 389 2392

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