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We are looking for a student willing to assist with an open-source CMS (Joomla) site currently under construction to allow us to address some style issues and complete the development of an online community to support those affected by brain tumors. The development of this website into an interactive community for professionals, researchers, patients, caregivers and advocates will increase awareness on a local, state, national and international level.
If interested contact Julie Houston (email@example.com)
If you are interested in any of the following positions, please submit a resume to:
Position: Web Developer for IMLS grant
Short-term position requires migration of existing Access database to MySQL format. In addition, database requires html interface for data entry and for searching of data by users.
Need top-notch MySQL skills and HTML skills. Must be reliable and able to meet deadlines.
Please send resume and cover letter to
Lowcountry Foodways Project
IBM will be giving a presentation (Oct. 6) and interviewing (in Oct. 7) for the following position (multiple openings are available for this position). If you want to sign up for the interview email me before they get here.
IBM position for fall 2011 recruiting.
Job code: S_D-0429214
Job type: Full-time, Regular
Work country: USA
The College of Education is looking for a GA (Graduate Assistant) to perform web programming tasks for the Fall 2011 semester, with possible re-appointment for Spring and Summer semesters. Experienced with IIS, ASP, .NET, SQL, SQLServer, XML, CSS, and Java. This position is responsible for maintaining an existing codebase as well as the development of new applications. Tuition and stipend. Please send inquiries, including CV and references to David Michaels – firstname.lastname@example.org – no telephone calls, please.
My company provides a medical service and would like to update it's computer production and data base infrastructure in preparation for national expansion or rebuild from the ground up...should be familiar with Pascal, Dicom and Linux...while the company is revenue generating we do not have cash available for this project but will discuss stock incentives. If interested, please contact Marty at 803.231.2002.
Tech Venture Columbia is an innovative program for aspiring tech startups that combines the proven educational platform of the Kauffman Foundation’s FastTrac program infused with local flavor and talent from Columbia’s technology and entrepreneurial community.
As a participant, you’ll benefit from:
Saturday August 27, 2011
2387 Clements Ferry Rd, Charleston, SC 29492
· Teams of 1-3 people will develop randomly selected ideas for mobile applications. The ideas to choose from will have been collected from the general public, and assessed as feasible during the given time frame.
· Contestants will have the choice of developing for Android, iOS, Blackberry or Windows Phone 7. Developers will need to bring their own hardware to code on over the 10 hour implementation window, but will check in their application and demo on SPARC provided devices.
Intel Info night on Thursday August 18, 2011 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn, 434 Columbiana Drive, Columbia, South Carolina 29212
We have a part time position open for a computer science or related student to work during the fall semester in our Cayce office. I realize that school is not back in session yet, but wanted to pass this on in case you had summer students who might be a match.
Candidates must apply online at www.scana.com/en/careers . Job # is 963344, and is listed as Co-op - Applications Developer