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Looking for developers with experiences in PHP and/or Javascript

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Looking for developers with experiences in PHP and/or Javascript

Postby joshsmiley » 07 Feb 2012, 12:13

Looking for developers with experiences in PHP and/or Javascript

Needs to be able to read and write in English.

This is a new startup with potential in becoming one of the co-founders.


Developers (PHP MVC experience and/or Javascript/CSS experience)

- integration of Joomla and LMS
- back-end module to create level/book/lessons (upload audio files,
link to youtube video and enter questions)
- back-end with front-end hooks to track student actions and time
spent on lessons
- back-end management of levels/books/lessons
- test coverage for php modules

- front-end module to display level/book/lessons - generate the
Javascript/CSS/Html and raw question data
- front-end module to display video linked to the lessons along with
the additional lessons
- test coverage for Javascript

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