Topic: Fellowship Tech -- Hiring Developer

My employer, Fellowship Technologies, is hiring for savvy web developers. Basically, we're looking for someone who isn't afraid to jump in, learn new things, and is a methodical problem-solver, regardless of the language at hand. Familiarity with .NET MVC is a plus, but if you're a seasoned programmer, we can always bring you up to speed if you're not already using it. (As an aside, .NET MVC ships with jQuery built-in. Woot!)

While technical proficiency is important, we're also looking for someone who can jive with our culture. To use a cliché:

"Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude."

Official job posting:
http://fellowshiptech.jobscore.com/jobs … UHaaWP50_m

Photos of our new office:
http://tinyurl.com/ftech-office

(The area with orange couches is where you'd work alongside me and the rest of the dev team.)

More than just being a smart person who has a good personality, we're hoping you have a passion for using the web to reach people for Christ. Our app is like Basecamp for churches, and our internal motto is "Minimize administration. Maximize ministry." We want someone who shares in that vision of streamlining management tasks, in order to help ministers make a greater impact in people's lives.

Give me liturgy or give me death.

Re: Fellowship Tech -- Hiring Developer

Nathan,

Looks like a great opportunity!

"Change is inevitable, growth is intentional" - Glenda Cloud

Re: Fellowship Tech -- Hiring Developer

Nice looking office, except cubicles give me the chills. Bad memories.

"Bear 270, young man. Bear two, seven, zero, over." - Musings of a flight simulator guru, me.

Re: Fellowship Tech -- Hiring Developer

Jonathan -

Leovenous wrote:

Nice looking office, except cubicles give me the chills. Bad memories.

You mean to didn't like being a rat running the maze? wink

Honored to Serve for Him - Tom ('Mas) Pickering <)><

Re: Fellowship Tech -- Hiring Developer

@Leovenous -- No cubicles in the dev area. Here are photos of our space...

http://twitpic.com/1iw9j

http://twitpic.com/198e2

http://twitpic.com/17kam

Give me liturgy or give me death.

Re: Fellowship Tech -- Hiring Developer

So you guys actually use Trace, Options and Connect in your RESTful APIs? I haven't seen 3x5 cards for use cases in almost 2 years now - scrumalicious.

Re: Fellowship Tech -- Hiring Developer

Robert -- Yes, we're trying to adhere to a fully RESTful API, being careful to follow the specs. smile

Give me liturgy or give me death.