Forum: Rails Engines development Who needs a cool project ?

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Dbffcfba1beae3da5b57d31f21a6709d?d=identicon&s=25 Brian Collins (stickstone)
on 2006-04-11 14:26
[Sorry in advance if this post doesn't belong here.]

I'm founder of a rapidly-growing web design and development firm located
in Uppsala, Sweden and I'm hoping to develop a working
relationship/partnership with talented and dedicated
developers/programmers to assist in taking on a growing number of
professional, and what I think are, pretty damn cool projects.

I have a rather high-profile project right now and am looking for
developers with skills in DOM programming, more specifically, Web 2.0
programming using XHTML, XML, Javascript, and Ajax or Rails. We'd
essentially be doing for the travel industry what Basecamp has done for
groupware & collaboration. (At least, I hope that would be the result).

This is a fantastic opportunity for you to develop your portfolio and
experience. I'd like to learn more about you, your knowledge and skills
in this area, and if you'd be interested in a possible business
relationship.

To learn more about me and what I'm doing now, please feel free to visit
www.stickstonedesign.com. Unfortunately I've been so overwhelmed with
work that I haven't had a chance to develop my own site, but you can
learn more about my past achievements by visiting
http://www.clover13.com/index.shtml. (See achievements)

If you're interested, drop me an e-mail and I'd be happy to discuss the
project in greater detail. Contact jobs-at-stickstonedesign-dotcom and
provide at least 3 examples of your work, at least 1 of which involving
Ajax or Rails. If you've got a CV/Resume, that would be helpful too.

Once again, sorry - I don't mean to be a markting a** posting in a cool
forum - I'm just going straight to the source!

Thanks!  Sincerely, Brian Collins
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