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IT Server engineer/ Architect/ Support - £32k Linux/ Windows

City, London -
Digital Gurus
This technical support/ server engineer/ architect role will give the successful applicant a large spectrum of skills and technologies to work on including: Network, server, virtualisation, firewalls and database/ storage skills... unix (debian/ubuntu or redhat preferably) Networking understanding in areas such as NAT/ TCP/IP/ ARP/VLAN/ DHCP and...
Salary: £26000 - £32000 Per Annum GOOD BENEFITS
Posted: 9 days ago

On-Boarding & Implementation Executive

City, London -
Profile 29 Limited
This company is a leader in m-Commerce (mPOS, mobile wallet) and e-Commerce... In a nutshell your responsibilities would include overall project management for new account on-boarding and implementation processes ... e-Commerce and m-Commerce, Minimum 1 years of experience in development of web applications using Java , JavaScript ,...
Salary: From £25,000 to £35,000 per annum + benefits (see advert)
Posted: 2 days ago

Lead Drupal developer - Global Entertainment business - London

City of London -
Argyll Scott
Architect platform using Drupal framework and Service Oriented Architecture... *Excellent knowledge working with RESTful and SOAP APIs. *Excellent knowledge with MySQL, knowledge with NoSQL databases advantageous... Behat... *Any front-end development (HTML, CSS, Javascript) experience will be highly beneficial... *Other desirable skills include Debian administration, Apache, Varnish, Jenkins, Gradle & Ant.
Salary: £60000 - £80000 per annum + Benefits
Posted: 3 days ago

Senior Developer, strong advocate of TDD & music lover - 7digital

City, London -
TDD... Here’s a (not exclusive) list of technologies we currently use: o C#, JavaScript, Node.js, Ruby o NancyFX, ServiceStack, ASP.Net MVC, Angular.js o Nhibernate, Windsor, StructureMap, NUnit, RhinoMocks o Cucumber, Jasmine, Phantom.js, Rake, Selenium o SQL Server, Solr/Lucene, MongoDB o RabbitMQ o Git o...
Salary: Attractive Base + Benefits + Share Options
Posted: Yesterday