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Web developer opening -- Django preferred, though not required

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We're looking for someone to join our development team on a full-time basis. Ideally, this would be a person with experience working with one or more MVC-style web frameworks – preferably Django, because that's what we use, but if you have experience in another framework like Rails or CakePHP and are willing to learn Django, then it's all good.

Even paid experience isn't a requirement, provided you're willing to learn and have some background that shows both interest and aptitude for the kinds of things we do; for example, a computer science degree.

Some of the other characteristics of a good fit would be someone who:

* works on a Mac or at least on a Unix-like system, since all of our work is deployed to Linux servers and everyone else in the office is on a Mac;
* has experience or interest in learning front-end as well as back-end development – our development team is composed of generalists, and everyone has a chance to work on all parts of the stack (which includes jQuery and other JavaScript, HTML5, Django, MongoDB, and more);
* is familiar with the concepts of "DevOps", cloud architecture, performance, and scaling;
* is self-motivated, communicates well, and is comfortable working alone or pair programming;
* is in the Atlanta area and can work with us in our Snellville office, where we've got a nice fat connection to the Internet.

Working at PE means wearing every hat imaginable, from sysadmin to developer to operations to tester and more. We work on a variety of projects, large and small, and along the way we get to do some cool stuff and solve some interesting problems. And we try to stay agile without being all uptight about it: we do daily stand-ups, we use a kanban system, and we all try to act like professionals and adults.

If you're interested in applying, please send your information to j o b s at projectevolution dot c o m. If you have a github or bitbucket (or whatever) account, make sure to mention it, along with whatever else you think we should know about you.
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