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A Wild Job Opening Appears!

Hi there! I’m hiring!

I’m looking for someone with experience in web programming (web design would be a bonus, too) to join me in taking over the world. Or perhaps just building websites for my brand/company.

Ideally, I’d like to build a long-term working relationship that will involve many projects, but my immediate needs require someone with the following qualifications:

  • Fluency in PHP, Ruby on Rails, and (obviously) HTML/CSS.  Experience with Heroku is a plus.
  • Knowledge of and experience with social media, and the culture surrounding it.
  • At least a passing understanding of the so-called “Michael Aranda” brand.

If this is you, send your resume and examples of your work to jobs@synemastudios.com.  Have a nice day, and remember: a bird in Rome is worth all the eggs in one basket.

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    and this is why I should have gone into programming/web development. damnit past Charlie, you really dropped the ball.
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    Anyone skilled in web design?
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