C# job at Linn in Glasgow
2 February, 2013 Leave a comment
Linn is a Scottish company that makes the world’s best music systems.
We’re running a massive programme of renewal – replacing and modernising all of our systems. Our attention has recently turned to our websites and we’re keen to find a talented web developer to join our team.
It’s the kind of opportunity that doesn’t come along very often; we’ve got licence to make something amazing – unconstrained by legacy dependencies or third-party systems.
It’s likely that you will be a reader of blogs and a user of beta software. You might contribute to open-source projects, or perhaps you keep a blog yourself. Maybe we’ve seen you at some developer events. Maybe we’ve read some of your answers on StackOverflow. You probably seek out (or even build) frameworks and tools that will make your life and your code better. Here, we like all sorts – NHibernate and Ninject, Nancy and Backbone, RestSharp, MongoDB, jQuery and more. We don’t mind if you don’t know these ones; you probably have your own favourites.
If you like the sound of this and think you might fit the bill, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re looking for someone to work with us here in Glasgow, so we won’t be considering remote workers.
No agencies, please.
Skills & Requirements
Joel Test score: 9 out of 12
The Joel Test is a twelve-question measure of the quality of a software team.
Do you use source control? Yes
Can you make a build in one step? Yes
Do you make daily builds? Yes
Do you have a bug database? Yes
Do you fix bugs before writing new code? Yes
Do you have an up-to-date schedule? Yes
Do you have a spec? No
Do programmers have quiet working conditions? No
Do you use the best tools money can buy? Yes
Do you have testers? No
Do new candidates write code during their interview? Yes
Do you do hallway usability testing? Yes
You can also apply over on Careers by StackOverflow: http://careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/22975/web-developer-linn