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PHP Want to work on some of the busiest and coolest web apps in the world?

Do you like Flickr, and want to work downtown San Francisco?

Or perhaps you are into music, movies or TV and want to work out of Santa Monica? Jumpcut? Or have you seen answers.yahoo.com? Address Book, Personals, Search, Premium Services, Hot Jobs? Want to do interesting things combining PHP and Flash?

Yes, I get a referral bonus, but I need more toys. You get a cool job though, so I think we are even.

Send me your resume and let me know what sort of stuff you are interested in or poke around on http://careers.yahoo.com/ and let me know which job interests you and I will forward your resume to the appropriate hiring manager.

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Rasmus Lerdorf, creator of PHP, posts about PHP programming positions available at Yahoo: Send me your resume and let me know what sort of stuff you are interested in or poke around on http://careers.yahoo.com/ and let me know which job interests you a...

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Guilherme Blanco on :

You forgot to mention where we should send our resumes. I sent mine to rasmus [at] php [dot] net.
hope you don't care.

Best regards,

Guilherme Blanco

Rasmus on :

Consider it the first interview question. Figure out Rasmus' email address. Hint, all the obvious ones work and go to the same place.

Rasmus on :

H1B's aren't impossible. I am on one myself, but it does take quite a bit more effort so the bar is considerably higher.

Ed Finkler on :

You convinced me pretty well with our discussion of housing costs at OSCON last year that I'll never be relocating to the Bay Area. ;)

Nevertheless, very kind of you to extend a hand to the community.

Ceirwyn on :

Wow, users have mobbed Yahoo Pipes. This is the first time I've witnessed a mass Yahoo feeding frenzy....

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