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I am PHP developer .Let me know if you have any contract base php jobs.
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Ranjana wrote:
Hello

I am PHP developer .Let me know if you have any contract base php jobs.
I have one for you.

Stop spamming!
Sep 26 '08 #2

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"Ranjana" <he*********@gmail.comha scritto nel messaggio
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Hello

I am PHP developer .Let me know if you have any contract base php jobs.
It's full of developers here, it's the worst place where to search for job!
Search in job related newsgroups, on craiglist, on google base, monster,
adecco, manpower, and so on.
Or eventually search on websites for freelancers but don't expect to gain
alot of money expecially without references :).
Regards.

Leonardo Armando Iarrusso
Sep 26 '08 #3

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Hello,

on 09/25/2008 04:25 PM Ranjana said the following:
Hello

I am PHP developer .Let me know if you have any contract base php jobs.
Here you can find plent of PHP specific jobs in many countries. Some you
may even take remotely:

http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/
--

Regards,
Manuel Lemos

Find and post PHP jobs
http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/

PHP Classes - Free ready to use OOP components written in PHP
http://www.phpclasses.org/
Sep 29 '08 #4

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Manuel Lemos wrote:
Hello,

on 09/25/2008 04:25 PM Ranjana said the following:
>Hello

I am PHP developer .Let me know if you have any contract base php jobs.

Here you can find plent of PHP specific jobs in many countries. Some you
may even take remotely:

http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/

What Manuel doesn't tell you is it's his own site and generally not
worth a damn. It actually has very few jobs on it.

You are much better off on monster.com, freelancers.com and other
similar large job sites.

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Sep 29 '08 #5

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Hello,

on 09/29/2008 07:55 AM Jerry Stuckle said the following:
>>I am PHP developer .Let me know if you have any contract base php jobs.

Here you can find plent of PHP specific jobs in many countries. Some you
may even take remotely:

http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/


What Manuel doesn't tell you is it's his own site and generally not
worth a damn. It actually has very few jobs on it.
Thank you for the recognition. ;-)

I don't know what is very few jobs in your conception, but since it was
started 3 months ago, over 100 jobs were posted. Just today, 5 new jobs
were posted.

Since you have never posted a job in the site, your claim that is "not
worth a damn" does not seem to be based on a real experience.

The truth is that so far over 3,200 PHP professionals world wide have
signed up to be notified when new jobs are posted. When a new job that
matches each of those professionals skills is posted, they receive an
e-mail, so they can evaluate the job and apply if it is interesting.

Some jobs are more interesting than others, but I have already seen jobs
with hundreds of candidate applications.

This is a PHP specific job board. Companies posting jobs companies can
restrict the requirements on the PHP specific skills they demand so the
site only allows applications of professionals that match the skills.

For instance, you can restrict job applications to PHP professionals
with Zend certification, have N years of experience of some PHP
framework, or database, etc..

This helps posters not getting buried with applications from people
without the necessary PHP related skills.

http://www.phpclasses.org/post_job.html
Still, you do not need to post a jobs to find skilled developers. Just
use this PHP professionals search to find people with PHP specific
skills in so far 137 countries world wide.

http://www.phpclasses.org/professionals/

This job board was not meant to compete with other more generic job
boards. It was rather meant to bring together companies looking for
professionals with PHP specific skills.

This site has now over 660.000 PHP developers that have subscribed to
the site. It is visited by about 20.000 unique PHP developers a day.
Posting a job in this site gets a company plenty of the attention at a
fraction of the cost that you would pay in more traditional site.

--

Regards,
Manuel Lemos

Find and post PHP jobs
http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/

PHP Classes - Free ready to use OOP components written in PHP
http://www.phpclasses.org/
Sep 30 '08 #6

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Hello,

on 09/30/2008 12:02 AM Jerry Stuckle said the following:
>>>>I am PHP developer .Let me know if you have any contract base php
jobs.
Here you can find plent of PHP specific jobs in many countries. Some
you
may even take remotely:

http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/
What Manuel doesn't tell you is it's his own site and generally not
worth a damn. It actually has very few jobs on it.

Thank you for the recognition. ;-)

I don't know what is very few jobs in your conception, but since it was
started 3 months ago, over 100 jobs were posted. Just today, 5 new jobs
were posted.

ROFLMAO! monster.com, freelancers.com and others get more than that
EVERY DAY.
Sure, that is why it costs a small fortune to post jobs there. If you
look at monster US site, you can see that it costs $335 just to post a
job there.

>Since you have never posted a job in the site, your claim that is "not
worth a damn" does not seem to be based on a real experience.

No, and I will never post a job on it because it isn't worth anything.
The point you have never tried it and you are only making assumptions
based on nothing.
>The truth is that so far over 3,200 PHP professionals world wide have
signed up to be notified when new jobs are posted. When a new job that
matches each of those professionals skills is posted, they receive an
e-mail, so they can evaluate the job and apply if it is interesting.

And the other sites I mentioned have that MILLIONS of professions world
wide signed up.
What does that matter for companies that just want to post PHP jobs?

>This is a PHP specific job board. Companies posting jobs companies can
restrict the requirements on the PHP specific skills they demand so the
site only allows applications of professionals that match the skills.

So what? The other sites have job sections for PHP.
That is different. A company looking for candidates with PHP specific
skills, may search this job board asking for those skills.

For instance a company looking for a PHP professional with Zend
certification and with at least 6 months of experience with Zend
framework, it can just click on a few options in the search form and
find it in a page like this:

http://www.phpclasses.org/profession...ied_engineer=1

>This helps posters not getting buried with applications from people
without the necessary PHP related skills.

ROFLMAO. None of that indicates they have "the necessary PHP related
skills". Only that they claim a certain amount of time and/or can pass
a test.
No job site guarantees that the candidates have the skills they claim.

On the other hand most candidates will only waste their time lying about
their qualifications because most employers will verify them somehow
before hiring.
>This job board was not meant to compete with other more generic job
boards. It was rather meant to bring together companies looking for
professionals with PHP specific skills.

This site has now over 660.000 PHP developers that have subscribed to
the site. It is visited by about 20.000 unique PHP developers a day.
Posting a job in this site gets a company plenty of the attention at a
fraction of the cost that you would pay in more traditional site.

Whoopee! And you claim 20K unique PHP developers a day? You must know
something that no one else on the internet knows - how to tell who is at
the other end of the link! Including what their qualifications are, and
even that they are different people.
I know how the site works because I built it. Since you could not know
that, I explain to you. Other than being accounted by Google Analytics
and SiteMeter, for many things that the users want to do, the site
requires that they be logged in. No user may be logged in the same
account more than once. So, I know how many real users come to the site.

I have no purpose in lying because anybody can use sites like Alexa and
Compete and compare with other sites they know the audience to see if
the numbers could be so much different than I am telling. Other than
that the site has a public statistics page that is updated automatically
every day by the site itself.

http://www.phpclasses.org/browse/sta...tatistics.html

--

Regards,
Manuel Lemos

Find and post PHP jobs
http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/

PHP Classes - Free ready to use OOP components written in PHP
http://www.phpclasses.org/
Sep 30 '08 #7

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Manuel Lemos wrote:
Hello,

on 09/30/2008 12:02 AM Jerry Stuckle said the following:
>>>>>I am PHP developer .Let me know if you have any contract base php
>jobs.
Here you can find plent of PHP specific jobs in many countries. Some
you
may even take remotely:
>
http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/
>
>
What Manuel doesn't tell you is it's his own site and generally not
worth a damn. It actually has very few jobs on it.
Thank you for the recognition. ;-)

I don't know what is very few jobs in your conception, but since it was
started 3 months ago, over 100 jobs were posted. Just today, 5 new jobs
were posted.
ROFLMAO! monster.com, freelancers.com and others get more than that
EVERY DAY.

Sure, that is why it costs a small fortune to post jobs there. If you
look at monster US site, you can see that it costs $335 just to post a
job there.
Not all job sites are like that. And no, it doesn't cost $335 to post
all jobs at monster.
>
>>Since you have never posted a job in the site, your claim that is "not
worth a damn" does not seem to be based on a real experience.
No, and I will never post a job on it because it isn't worth anything.

The point you have never tried it and you are only making assumptions
based on nothing.
Not at all. I've looked at your site. It's junk. I'd rather pay a
little and get QUALITY people.
>
>>The truth is that so far over 3,200 PHP professionals world wide have
signed up to be notified when new jobs are posted. When a new job that
matches each of those professionals skills is posted, they receive an
e-mail, so they can evaluate the job and apply if it is interesting.
And the other sites I mentioned have that MILLIONS of professions world
wide signed up.

What does that matter for companies that just want to post PHP jobs?
Because there are a lot more PHP programmers on those sites than on your
poor excuse for a site.
>
>>This is a PHP specific job board. Companies posting jobs companies can
restrict the requirements on the PHP specific skills they demand so the
site only allows applications of professionals that match the skills.
So what? The other sites have job sections for PHP.

That is different. A company looking for candidates with PHP specific
skills, may search this job board asking for those skills.
And they can do that on every other job board, also. There is nothing
unique about yours, as much as you would like to think so. But there
are much better job boards out there.
For instance a company looking for a PHP professional with Zend
certification and with at least 6 months of experience with Zend
framework, it can just click on a few options in the search form and
find it in a page like this:

http://www.iamaspammer.org/professio...ied_engineer=1

So what? I can find similar on other sites.
>
>>This helps posters not getting buried with applications from people
without the necessary PHP related skills.
ROFLMAO. None of that indicates they have "the necessary PHP related
skills". Only that they claim a certain amount of time and/or can pass
a test.

No job site guarantees that the candidates have the skills they claim.

On the other hand most candidates will only waste their time lying about
their qualifications because most employers will verify them somehow
before hiring.
Especially on sites like yours. They don't last long on the big boards
by lying about their skills.
>
>>This job board was not meant to compete with other more generic job
boards. It was rather meant to bring together companies looking for
professionals with PHP specific skills.

This site has now over 660.000 PHP developers that have subscribed to
the site. It is visited by about 20.000 unique PHP developers a day.
Posting a job in this site gets a company plenty of the attention at a
fraction of the cost that you would pay in more traditional site.
Whoopee! And you claim 20K unique PHP developers a day? You must know
something that no one else on the internet knows - how to tell who is at
the other end of the link! Including what their qualifications are, and
even that they are different people.

I know how the site works because I built it. Since you could not know
that, I explain to you. Other than being accounted by Google Analytics
and SiteMeter, for many things that the users want to do, the site
requires that they be logged in. No user may be logged in the same
account more than once. So, I know how many real users come to the site.
And of course, you are a neutral party! ROFLMAO! And, of course, you
know that data is correct - just like all client-submitted data is!

Your lack of intelligence completely astounds me.
I have no purpose in lying because anybody can use sites like Alexa and
Compete and compare with other sites they know the audience to see if
the numbers could be so much different than I am telling. Other than
that the site has a public statistics page that is updated automatically
every day by the site itself.

http://www.iamaspammer.org/browse/st...tatistics.html
So what? That tells nothing - especially coming from YOUR site. You've
already proven you are a spammer and can't be trusted. And the
"scripts" you've written - I've seen someone with one month of PHP
experience do better. If the rest of your site is written so poorly I'm
surprised it even works.

Or did you get a real programmer to write it for you?

--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
==================

Sep 30 '08 #8

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Hello,

As usual, you show you lost all the points by departing to personal
insult. There is no point in following up. You may continue to insult
whoever you want, I will not follow up, it is only a problem for your
reputation.
on 09/30/2008 12:51 AM Jerry Stuckle said the following:
Manuel Lemos wrote:
>Hello,

on 09/30/2008 12:02 AM Jerry Stuckle said the following:
>>>>>>I am PHP developer .Let me know if you have any contract base php
>>jobs.
>Here you can find plent of PHP specific jobs in many countries. Some
>you
>may even take remotely:
>>
>http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/
>>
>>
What Manuel doesn't tell you is it's his own site and generally not
worth a damn. It actually has very few jobs on it.
Thank you for the recognition. ;-)

I don't know what is very few jobs in your conception, but since it was
started 3 months ago, over 100 jobs were posted. Just today, 5 new jobs
were posted.

ROFLMAO! monster.com, freelancers.com and others get more than that
EVERY DAY.

Sure, that is why it costs a small fortune to post jobs there. If you
look at monster US site, you can see that it costs $335 just to post a
job there.

Not all job sites are like that. And no, it doesn't cost $335 to post
all jobs at monster.
>>
>>>Since you have never posted a job in the site, your claim that is "not
worth a damn" does not seem to be based on a real experience.

No, and I will never post a job on it because it isn't worth anything.

The point you have never tried it and you are only making assumptions
based on nothing.

Not at all. I've looked at your site. It's junk. I'd rather pay a
little and get QUALITY people.
>>
>>>The truth is that so far over 3,200 PHP professionals world wide have
signed up to be notified when new jobs are posted. When a new job that
matches each of those professionals skills is posted, they receive an
e-mail, so they can evaluate the job and apply if it is interesting.

And the other sites I mentioned have that MILLIONS of professions world
wide signed up.

What does that matter for companies that just want to post PHP jobs?

Because there are a lot more PHP programmers on those sites than on your
poor excuse for a site.
>>
>>>This is a PHP specific job board. Companies posting jobs companies can
restrict the requirements on the PHP specific skills they demand so the
site only allows applications of professionals that match the skills.

So what? The other sites have job sections for PHP.

That is different. A company looking for candidates with PHP specific
skills, may search this job board asking for those skills.

And they can do that on every other job board, also. There is nothing
unique about yours, as much as you would like to think so. But there
are much better job boards out there.
>For instance a company looking for a PHP professional with Zend
certification and with at least 6 months of experience with Zend
framework, it can just click on a few options in the search form and
find it in a page like this:

http://www.iamaspammer.org/professio...ied_engineer=1

So what? I can find similar on other sites.
>>
>>>This helps posters not getting buried with applications from people
without the necessary PHP related skills.

ROFLMAO. None of that indicates they have "the necessary PHP related
skills". Only that they claim a certain amount of time and/or can pass
a test.

No job site guarantees that the candidates have the skills they claim.

On the other hand most candidates will only waste their time lying about
their qualifications because most employers will verify them somehow
before hiring.

Especially on sites like yours. They don't last long on the big boards
by lying about their skills.
>>
>>>This job board was not meant to compete with other more generic job
boards. It was rather meant to bring together companies looking for
professionals with PHP specific skills.

This site has now over 660.000 PHP developers that have subscribed to
the site. It is visited by about 20.000 unique PHP developers a day.
Posting a job in this site gets a company plenty of the attention at a
fraction of the cost that you would pay in more traditional site.

Whoopee! And you claim 20K unique PHP developers a day? You must know
something that no one else on the internet knows - how to tell who is at
the other end of the link! Including what their qualifications are, and
even that they are different people.

I know how the site works because I built it. Since you could not know
that, I explain to you. Other than being accounted by Google Analytics
and SiteMeter, for many things that the users want to do, the site
requires that they be logged in. No user may be logged in the same
account more than once. So, I know how many real users come to the site.

And of course, you are a neutral party! ROFLMAO! And, of course, you
know that data is correct - just like all client-submitted data is!

Your lack of intelligence completely astounds me.
>I have no purpose in lying because anybody can use sites like Alexa and
Compete and compare with other sites they know the audience to see if
the numbers could be so much different than I am telling. Other than
that the site has a public statistics page that is updated automatically
every day by the site itself.

http://www.iamaspammer.org/browse/st...tatistics.html

So what? That tells nothing - especially coming from YOUR site. You've
already proven you are a spammer and can't be trusted. And the
"scripts" you've written - I've seen someone with one month of PHP
experience do better. If the rest of your site is written so poorly I'm
surprised it even works.

Or did you get a real programmer to write it for you?

--

Regards,
Manuel Lemos

Find and post PHP jobs
http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/

PHP Classes - Free ready to use OOP components written in PHP
http://www.phpclasses.org/
Sep 30 '08 #9

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Manuel Lemos wrote:
on 09/30/2008 12:51 AM Jerry Stuckle said the following:
>Manuel Lemos wrote:
>>Hello,

on 09/30/2008 12:02 AM Jerry Stuckle said the following:
>>>I am PHP developer .Let me know if you have any contract base php
>>>jobs.
>>Here you can find plent of PHP specific jobs in many countries. Some
>>you
>>may even take remotely:
>>>
>>http://www.phpclasses.org/jobs/
>>>
>>>
>What Manuel doesn't tell you is it's his own site and generally not
>worth a damn. It actually has very few jobs on it.
Thank you for the recognition. ;-)
>
I don't know what is very few jobs in your conception, but since it was
started 3 months ago, over 100 jobs were posted. Just today, 5 new jobs
were posted.
>
ROFLMAO! monster.com, freelancers.com and others get more than that
EVERY DAY.
Sure, that is why it costs a small fortune to post jobs there. If you
look at monster US site, you can see that it costs $335 just to post a
job there.
Not all job sites are like that. And no, it doesn't cost $335 to post
all jobs at monster.
>>>>Since you have never posted a job in the site, your claim that is "not
worth a damn" does not seem to be based on a real experience.
>
No, and I will never post a job on it because it isn't worth anything.
The point you have never tried it and you are only making assumptions
based on nothing.
Not at all. I've looked at your site. It's junk. I'd rather pay a
little and get QUALITY people.
>>>
The truth is that so far over 3,200 PHP professionals world wide have
signed up to be notified when new jobs are posted. When a new job that
matches each of those professionals skills is posted, they receive an
e-mail, so they can evaluate the job and apply if it is interesting.
>
And the other sites I mentioned have that MILLIONS of professions world
wide signed up.
What does that matter for companies that just want to post PHP jobs?
Because there are a lot more PHP programmers on those sites than on your
poor excuse for a site.
>>>>This is a PHP specific job board. Companies posting jobs companies can
restrict the requirements on the PHP specific skills they demand so the
site only allows applications of professionals that match the skills.
>
So what? The other sites have job sections for PHP.
That is different. A company looking for candidates with PHP specific
skills, may search this job board asking for those skills.
And they can do that on every other job board, also. There is nothing
unique about yours, as much as you would like to think so. But there
are much better job boards out there.
>>For instance a company looking for a PHP professional with Zend
certification and with at least 6 months of experience with Zend
framework, it can just click on a few options in the search form and
find it in a page like this:

http://www.iamaspammer.org/professio...ied_engineer=1
So what? I can find similar on other sites.
>>>
This helps posters not getting buried with applications from people
without the necessary PHP related skills.
>
ROFLMAO. None of that indicates they have "the necessary PHP related
skills". Only that they claim a certain amount of time and/or can pass
a test.
No job site guarantees that the candidates have the skills they claim.

On the other hand most candidates will only waste their time lying about
their qualifications because most employers will verify them somehow
before hiring.
Especially on sites like yours. They don't last long on the big boards
by lying about their skills.
>>>
This job board was not meant to compete with other more generic job
boards. It was rather meant to bring together companies looking for
professionals with PHP specific skills.
>
This site has now over 660.000 PHP developers that have subscribed to
the site. It is visited by about 20.000 unique PHP developers a day.
Posting a job in this site gets a company plenty of the attention at a
fraction of the cost that you would pay in more traditional site.
>
Whoopee! And you claim 20K unique PHP developers a day? You must know
something that no one else on the internet knows - how to tell who is at
the other end of the link! Including what their qualifications are, and
even that they are different people.
I know how the site works because I built it. Since you could not know
that, I explain to you. Other than being accounted by Google Analytics
and SiteMeter, for many things that the users want to do, the site
requires that they be logged in. No user may be logged in the same
account more than once. So, I know how many real users come to the site.
And of course, you are a neutral party! ROFLMAO! And, of course, you
know that data is correct - just like all client-submitted data is!

Your lack of intelligence completely astounds me.
>>I have no purpose in lying because anybody can use sites like Alexa and
Compete and compare with other sites they know the audience to see if
the numbers could be so much different than I am telling. Other than
that the site has a public statistics page that is updated automatically
every day by the site itself.

http://www.iamaspammer.org/browse/st...tatistics.html
So what? That tells nothing - especially coming from YOUR site. You've
already proven you are a spammer and can't be trusted. And the
"scripts" you've written - I've seen someone with one month of PHP
experience do better. If the rest of your site is written so poorly I'm
surprised it even works.

Or did you get a real programmer to write it for you?

<Top posting fixed>
Hello,

As usual, you show you lost all the points by departing to personal
insult. There is no point in following up. You may continue to insult
whoever you want, I will not follow up, it is only a problem for your
reputation.


Don't top post, Manuel.

And I see you don't have any response to what I said - because I'm
right. So you have no defense.
--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
==================

Sep 30 '08 #10

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Thank , very cool.
:)
Sep 30 '08 #11

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