We're looking for a good developer who wants to move on to project/team management.
the ideal developer needs to have a panoramic view of the development, and understand the business and product aspects of the development, as well as the technological aspects.
The development team is composed of 5-6 developers, and is working on an average of 3 simultaneous sub-projects, all under the same big website.Read more
Keys are: Drupal 7 Experience, Zend Framework, PHP. MongoDB and Redis a plus.
Strong PHP skills is what client typically looks for and although it’s primary for this position this role is considered somewhat of a generalist. The group needs help with a legacy system update that is being done internally.
- Bachelor’s Degrees (or above) in CS, Engineering, or a reasonable equivalent thereof.
- Professional developing experience using 5.x PHP.
- Advanced knowledge of modern PHP Frameworks (Zend Framework, Symfony, Code Ignitor).
10gen (The MongoDB Company) is looking for a freelance Drupal developer to accelerate development on 10gen.com. We run Drupal 7 on a combination of MongoDB and MySQL, and have a variety of projects we'd like to complete in the next few months related to commerce, third-party integration, theming and site organization.Read more
The folks at 10gen are offering 2 free courses in MongoDB (see https://education.10gen.com/) - one on creating applications using MongoDB and a second on deploying and administering MongoDB. From what the site says, you will also receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course. I've signed up for the latter so far (and hopefully if the program continues, sign up for the former next year). As I already mentioned, the courses are free but you have to sign up before the first set of homework is due on Monday the 29th.Read more
I am going to create the website that would have huge number of users in the future, but currently mysql DB has been used in my website, would you please specify technical notes which should be used in the creation my website which would capable it to switch using Mongodb DB?
I'm looking at a potential issue that we might be facing soon in one of our game backend servers where we have over a million + or so users hitting the server daily and buying assets in our game and doing other game related things.
Right now when buying an asset it gets inserted as a node and content type with cck, well we where discussing the other day that int(11) only goes up to about 2 billion+ nodes and while this is a lot for most sites we can easily reach that in a month or so and also as our customer base grows.Read more
We are an innovative US based news company looking for for drupal developers for several things as it relates to our site.
comfortable with ubercart
comfortable with the most popular contrib modules (panels, views, cck, etc...)
must know how to optimize code
must be familiar with theming
must have worked on several other drupal sites
Please contact me with past work and any other relevant examples.
Pay is typically between 60k and 85k depending on level of expertise.
Our client is a major provider of digital media services to professional sports teams. They have primarily used consultants for the past several years, but are now looking to bring on a developer in-house. This role is contract to perm, initially paying $50/hr+
Experience with PHP is required for this role, as well as the ability to do end-to-end development with Drupal, from module development to theming. Any experience with Agile or SCRUM is a plus, as well as SQL.Read more
Just wanted to brainstorm regarding a table wizard/mongodb possible integration
We've entered the mobile scene pretty strong and we're thinking of having something lighter then drupal services on the server side (Drupal performs a full drupal bootstrap for each service call).
This might be ok in a low traffic application but could never suite a mmorpg or a facebook application.
My idea is to use node.js as the server and mongodb as the storage and then export the mongodb data to drupal.
Per our discussion of MongoDB last night (discussing the DrupalCon session covering the topic), it slipped my mind that there is an article about MongoDB in the upcoming Linux Journal, June 2010. I even had a copy in my bag I could have passed around. :-/
I will bring it next time though! It should be on newsstands soon too. ;)