January 2010

Webapps at Startup Company

Company Overview:
SmartCart, LLC is a pre-revenue online grocery startup company headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina. SmartCart is an online supermarket that will provide applications to help its customers manage their lifestyle. SmartCart will sell groceries, help customers plan their meals, and meet their budget goals among other features. SmartCart has been founded by business students at the University of South Carolina. The company is currently developing its infrastructure, building its team, and establishing partnerships.

USC Web Admin and Development

We are looking for an administrator and developer for our We Make Manga and We Make Everything websites. http://www.wemakemanga.com/ We are assembling a database of filmmakers, editors and actors on the We Make Everything website and are looking for a student administrator and designer to work on the sites. Professor Northrop Davis is applying for a grant for funding for the website and webmaster.

SCANA Summer Jobs

We have just posted our Application Developer coop positions for the summer. Computer Science students who are rising sophomores and above are encouraged to apply. These positions are based in Columbia, but Charleston students may be able to work in our Charleston office.

Applications Developer Co-op
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Here is the link for more info and to apply online: http://www.scana.com/en/careers/current-job-openings/

Please pass on to interested students.
Thanks,

Research Assistant Position in the College of Education

The College of Education is looking for a Graduate Assitant to perform web programming tasks for the Spring 2010 semester, with possible re-appointment for Summer and Fall semesters. Experienced with IIS, ASP, 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 vita and references to David Michaels – michaels@sc.edu – no telephone calls, please.