Job in Las Vegas

I am a web developer in Las Vegas looking to get another person to
help me. The company I work for is Ventura Web Design

www.venturawebdesign.com

I would like to get someone who knows rails enough to get me back into
it. We currently only develop on Yahoo! store platforms, but we are
looking to expand which will be my chance to help bring rails to
vegas.

  1. Must know ruby and rails inside and out
  2. Must know javascript
  3. Must know CSS
  4. Must know how to use photoshop (don’t have to be a pro)
  5. knowing RTML your hired instantly :slight_smile:
  6. knowing PHP is a plus, but not required.

Email me back if you are interested or know anyone.

~Jeremy

  1. Must know ruby and rails inside and out
  2. Must know javascript
  3. Must know CSS
  4. Must know how to use photoshop (don’t have to be a pro)
  5. knowing RTML your hired instantly :slight_smile:

Uh… uhm… uh… RHTML? that’s just HTML with <%%> tags. What’s to
know? (Can
anyone answer that?)

Or do you mean “know” in the Biblical sense??


Woody Allen

I thnk you will find he put RTML

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RTML

Phlip wrote:

  1. Must know ruby and rails inside and out
  2. Must know javascript
  3. Must know CSS
  4. Must know how to use photoshop (don’t have to be a pro)
  5. knowing RTML your hired instantly :slight_smile:

Uh… uhm… uh… RHTML? that’s just HTML with <%%> tags. What’s to
know? (Can
anyone answer that?)

Or do you mean “know” in the Biblical sense??


Woody Allen

No, not RHTML. I said RTML. I know it is a bit confusing. RTML stands
for… well, a bunch of different things, but you can consider it Real
Time Markup Language. Has nothing to do with Ruby. There is a ton to
know about it. Unfortunately Yahoo calls it a programming language, but
I don’t really consider it one. Its mostly just a templating system for
HTML with variables and looping structures.

~Jeremy

Jeremy W. wrote:

[email protected] wrote:

I thnk you will find he put RTML

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RTML

yes, thank you. That is what I’m talking about.

No Probs! :slight_smile:

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Jeremy W. wrote:

| No, not RHTML. I said RTML. I know it is a bit confusing. RTML stands
| for… well, a bunch of different things, but you can consider it Real
| Time Markup Language. Has nothing to do with Ruby. There is a ton to
| know about it. Unfortunately Yahoo calls it a programming language, but
| I don’t really consider it one. Its mostly just a templating system for
| HTML with variables and looping structures.

ahem

Calling Lisp “not a programming language” is fighting words. :wink:

"Another big use for macros was the embedded language we had for
describing pages, called Rtml. (We made up various explanations
for what Rtml was supposed to stand for, but actually I named it
after Robert Morris, the other founder of Viaweb, whose username
is Rtm.)

Every page made by our software was generated by a program written
in Rtml. We called these programs templates to make them less
frightening, but they were real programs. In fact, they were Lisp
programs. Rtml was a combination of macros and the built-in Lisp
operators."

From: http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/paulgraham/bbnexcerpts.txt


Phillip G.
Twitter: twitter.com/cynicalryan

Rule of Open-Source Programming #11:

When a developer says he will work on something, he or she means
“maybe”.
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[email protected] wrote:

I thnk you will find he put RTML

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RTML

yes, thank you. That is what I’m talking about.

Phillip G. wrote:

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Jeremy W. wrote:

| No, not RHTML. I said RTML. I know it is a bit confusing. RTML stands
| for… well, a bunch of different things, but you can consider it Real
| Time Markup Language. Has nothing to do with Ruby. There is a ton to
| know about it. Unfortunately Yahoo calls it a programming language, but
| I don’t really consider it one. Its mostly just a templating system for
| HTML with variables and looping structures.

ahem

Calling Lisp “not a programming language” is fighting words. :wink:

"Another big use for macros was the embedded language we had for
describing pages, called Rtml. (We made up various explanations
for what Rtml was supposed to stand for, but actually I named it
after Robert Morris, the other founder of Viaweb, whose username
is Rtm.)

Every page made by our software was generated by a program written
in Rtml. We called these programs templates to make them less
frightening, but they were real programs. In fact, they were Lisp
programs. Rtml was a combination of macros and the built-in Lisp
operators."

From: http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/paulgraham/bbnexcerpts.txt


Phillip G.
Twitter: twitter.com/cynicalryan

Rule of Open-Source Programming #11:

When a developer says he will work on something, he or she means
“maybe”.
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You are right, calling Lisp “not a programming language” would be
fighting words. I’m all down for lisp. The unfortunate thing is that all
the documentation for RTML refers to it as being loosely related to Lisp
or have some connection with Lisp. Actually programming in RTML, I have
yet to see how they are related. If you have some structure errors in
your code it will throw Pearl errors onto the screen so I’m assuming
that it’s pearl that actually parses the RTML. I think lisp is an
awesome programming language. So I wouldn’t put it in the same category
as RTML.

~Jeremy

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