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Sr. Drupal Developer (Boulder) | High Country Technology Partners, LLC

Employment type: 
Full time
Telecommute: 
Not allowed

High Country Technology Partners, LLC is a boutique technology staffing firm based in Denver, CO with staffing practices IT Consulting & IT Placement. Our goal is to understand our knowledge workers' goals and build a bridge to their most rewarding projects and positions.
Position: Senior Software Developer (Drupal)
Term: Permanent

Job Summary:
The senior software developer will have primary responsibility for researching, designing, developing, implementing, tracking, maintaining, and updating internal and external facing functionality and all other software development projects, working independently and as a member of the Technology & Delivery team. The senior software developer is also responsible for reviewing all templates, applications, and tools for conformity with house and company style, standards, and formatting. This person will also organize incoming development projects and prioritize project elements with the Software Development Manager and the Vice President of Technology & Delivery, as well as our internal and external customers, in such a way that deadlines are met and the web functionality, applications, and tools delivered are the best quality possible.

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Experienced Drupal and web designer needed for contract work | The Bark Life

Employment type: 
Contract
Telecommute: 
Allowed

I own and operate a number of custom-designed Drupal sites. I am looking for an experienced company/team based in the United States. I want a cost-effective way to clone one of my current sites and then do a redesign/facelift on the look for a new business idea.

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wallpaper4's picture

Graphic Design and Drupal Coder Needed | TADA

Employment type: 
Contract
Telecommute: 
Allowed

I own and operate several drupal websites. I want to apply my current business model and website functionality to a different niche. I need someone to do a graphic redesign/facelift on the current site(s).

In essence, this redesign will need to be an aesthetically pleasing overlay atop the exact same functionality that is already built out on my current sites. Make sense?

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plan9's picture

Training Room Available For Hire

Affordable training room in central London available for hire days / evenings from February. 32 square Metres. Easily accessible - close to Old Street underground station.

Perfect for training courses, presentations, conferences, general meetings, etc

Desks and chairs as required.
Projector / projection screen.
Surround Sound.
Controllable lighting.
Plenty of electrical Powerpoints.
Lovely wooden floor.
Kitchen / bathroom facilities
Tea / Coffee flasks provided.

Contact info@platform39.com

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DRUPAL 7 Programmer Needed to Build Several Fashion Modeling Sites | WebDev Publisher

Employment type: 
Full time
Telecommute: 
Allowed

High Traffic PHP Website seeks Drupal Developer for website migration project (complete migration of our existing content and PHP codebase to Drupal 7).

Looking for a Drupal coder. Please keep in mind when quoting (don't just quote the amount we specified) that we are on a budget and profits from the sites are going to a charitable cause.

Site we are switching from PHP to Drupal 7: http://bit.ly/2Bn6DB
We also want to build a very similar, but slightly different website (both are about fashion models) at the same time. Please quote for both sites.

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P/T Webmaster | Charity Panda

Employment type: 
Part time
Telecommute: 
Allowed

Part time webmaster and Drupal developer for startup. A new and exciting website dedicated to raising funds for non-profit organizations.

You must:
-be a superstar drupal coder
-be an entrepreneurial and hard working individual (not a company)
-be based in the New York metro area

Please only respond if you fit ALL of the above criteria.

Please tell us where you are based and provide a cover letter, resume and link to your drupal work.

www.charitypanda.com

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Front-End Developer | Penguin Books Australia

Employment type: 
Full time
Telecommute: 
Not allowed

Penguin Books Australia is looking for a dedicated Front-End Developer to complement their team of web and application developers. Our portfolio of websites, webapps and native applications are growing at an exponential rate, and require someone to help us deliver internal and consumer facing digital products. You will be just as comfortable aiding designers by being part of the UI development process, as you will be using your extensive client-side programming skills to implement frontends for websites and apps. Most of our projects involve agile development methodologies, so you will be working alongside back-end developers and need to have an understanding of server-side technologies.

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Anonymous's picture

Developer | Pen and Post, Inc.

Employment type: 
Part time
Telecommute: 
Allowed

Pen and Post is a social community designed to support the writing community. The site is in a beta stage and we are currently looking for a Drupal developer to help bring the site to production. This is an equity stake position. Please view our beta site: www.penandpost.com

We are seeking a developer who can deliver excellent solutions and is a self starter. What we expect from someone in this role:

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Drupal4Gov Coding and Documentation mini-sprint

On April 20th at 1:30, Drupal4Gov members will be meeting at the Administrative Offices of the US Courts (Thurgood Marshall building near Union Station) to conduct a mini coding and documentation sprint.

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Izz ad-Din's picture

Unique output for each item & css depending on output

Hello all,

I was wondering if anyone knew how to generate a unique output for each item, using the tpl files.

So it would be something like this:

<?php print item1; ?>
<?php print item2; ?
<?
php print item3; ?>

etc.

My second question is, is it possible add if statements to the content of fields for depending which css is to be used. For example, if the taxonomy term of the field is 'Apple', it must give it a green background. If the taxonomy term is 'Strawberry', is must give it a red background.

Thanks in advance for all your thoughts on this.

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