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My company asked if I could pass along this job descrption. Any questions about it, please use the email address in the posting. As for the company in general, well I work there and I'm happy about it. :)

Immediate openings available for ColdFusion contract work.

We are looking for reliable, efficient ColdFusion developers to help us with multiple projects. The ideal candidate will have 2+ years experience developing in ColdFusion, specifically ColdFusion MX. The projects involve implementation of our content management system, Mindseye Element, as well as custom code written specifically to the client's requirements. You must be comfortable with creating and using CFML-based custom tags in order to modularize your code, writing efficient SQL and interacting with the database layer, thinking in terms of object-oriented systems, and creating cross-browser HTML and JavaScript. Experience with Spectra or other content management systems is a definite plus. Please send your resume, compensation requirements, and descriptions of relevant experience to cfsuperhero@mindseye.com. First consideration goes to applicants who go to http://www.mindseye.com/cfsuperhero.cfm and follow the instructions there.

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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by Nathan Dintenfass posted on 4/23/2004 at 3:57 AM

What would the duration of the contract work be? Full time only?

Comment 2 by Raymond Camden posted on 4/23/2004 at 3:37 PM

I believe it is full time only - but I'm not 100% sure. Ping the email address as I said in the post. ;)

Comment 3 by Marcos Placoná posted on 4/23/2004 at 7:07 PM

Is it a job inside the enterprise? Coukd I work at home remotely?


Marcos Placoná

Comment 4 by Raymond Camden posted on 4/23/2004 at 7:41 PM

Please post to the email address.

Comment 5 by Ian Sheridan posted on 4/24/2004 at 3:22 AM

heh I did the challenge because I'm strange

Comment 6 by Nathan Dintenfass posted on 4/24/2004 at 4:07 AM

Heh, glad I'm not the only one ;)

I'm a sucker for that kind of thing.

Comment 7 by Ian Sheridan posted on 4/24/2004 at 4:23 AM

well I finished it but it's a little slow I have to speed it up. I used a funky technique to do it but I don't what to mess up the challenge for other freaks like me.