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I came across a couple of related job boards

Discussion in 'Employment & Jobs' started by tripwire45, Mar 25, 2008.

  1. tripwire45
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    I was going through Jeffery Zeldman's site (since he's a big "web standards" guru) and came across a couple of job links that I thought were interesting. They list tech jobs both in the US and UK (and probably elsewhere...but those were the locations that caught my eye) so I thought I'd pass them along. The first link is for "regular" jobs and the second focuses on temp and contract jobs for the freelancer.

    http://jobs.37signals.com/

    http://gigs.37signals.com/
     
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    Anyone know what a lamp programmer is? Google is not being helpfull at the moment!
     
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    I'd like to think a lamp programmer is the guy/girl behind my bedside lamp that has no switch and you touch the base each time to turn it off or change the amount of dim on the bulb. :D
     
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    Well, OK, but you asked for it!:dry

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    Geez. :rolleyes:

    Here's Wikipedia's definition of LAMP.
     
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    Its an acronym for Linux Apache Mysql and PHP and details an entire development platform for open source web-based applications.

    There are variations on this (for instance WAMP would be Windows Apache MySQL & PHP - WIMP would be Windows IIS MySQL & PHP etc etc) but most places looking to employ someone designing or supporting the design of open source apps would want a dedicated LAMP bod. I think the term 'LAMP programmer' is a bit pants though - to be truly proficient at developing in LAMP you'd need more than just programming skills - there's a hefty amount of Sys Admin, Networking and Security in there as well.
     
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    Thanks zeb that helps alot!
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