Programmer needed (paying work)

hello,

I’m currently looking for a html/css/ajax/rails programmer. if your
interested please email [email protected] I have paying work, will pay
via check, money order, paypal or credit card.

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Chris Neumanc wrote:

hello,

I’m currently looking for a html/css/ajax/rails programmer. if your
interested please email [email protected] I have paying work, will pay
via check, money order, paypal or credit card.

I’m not sure if I can post this here or not. if not, please remove and
email me a warning as I did not see any rules on signup. Thanks

Hello,

I am interested and would like to know more about the nature of the job
if you can share details. Is this a one time shot or regular
employment? What sort of pay range are you willing to explore?
I have been working in rails since it was first released. I am a
contributor to the code base in the form of several documentation
patches. I have deployed three rails applications for commercial
operations.

  1. An office management application for a construction company located
    in the Minneapolis St. Paul area. The application kept track of all
    their current projects, the contractors that they worked with, and the
    service requests that customers had let them know about.

  2. A CMS for an apartment rental company located in the Midwest. The
    system allows them to modify parts of their web site without having to
    touch any code. I also provided functionality for manging their
    wireless network subscription system which allowed tenants to sign up
    for wireless internet service before their move in date.

  3. A mostly static site for a pharmacy http://www.accrx.com (not done
    yet). Rails page caching is used for outward facing pages. There are
    several administrative pages that allow for the customer to create and
    send out newsletters to subscribers and manage static page content.

You can check out my blog at blog.mattmargolis.net to read about some of
my other work and ideas.

Matthew M.
blog.mattmargolis.net

I need to execute a few sql files from within my migrations. The sql
files
are long and contain postgis, tsearch2 and other postgres specific sql
statements so converting them to ruby is not an option.

I’ve seen solutions that suggest reading the file using IO, then
splitting
by “;” and executing, but that seems a bit much for a relatively simple
command.

Is there a way to execute an external sql file from within migrations
like
"execute ‘source=external_file.sql’ or something similar? This doesn’t
need
to be cross-platform compatible - just postgres.

Thanks for your help,

Jeff Dean

Matthew M. wrote:

of all their current projects, the contractors that they worked with,
send out newsletters to subscribers and manage static page content.
http://lists.rubyonrails.org/mailman/listinfo/rails
Sorry guys, didn’t mean to send this to the list.

Matthew M.
blog.mattmargolis.net

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