If you are looking for a ColdFusion position in South Florida, there is a company looking for 8 developers in Fort Lauderdale.
Contact Jim Heuser at Rita Technologies (813) 289-3000 x216 or his email jheuser (at) ritatech (dot) com.
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POSITION SUMMARY:
ColdFusion Developers are highly motivated, detail oriented, and understand the unique needs of Internet and Web Applications. Our ColdFusion Developers will be team players responsible for designing, developing, testing and deploying enterprise level web applications
Duties and Responsibilities:
. 3+ years experience with ColdFusion& Microsoft SQL Server 2000 & 2005.
. Solid knowledge in relational database design and development (T-SQL).
. Development of ColdFusion MX7/8 applications using ColdFusion Components (CFCs) with Object Oriented design/patterns
. Participates in planning and review of new releases and feature sets.
. Responsible for day-to-day application production support.

Required Qualifications:

. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field
. 3+ years experience with Cold Fusion (MX7/8) applications
. Solid knowledge in relational database design and development (T-SQL).
. T-SQL query and stored procedure development
. Experience working with XML, CSS and JavaScript
. Experience working with AJAX and HTML/DHTML
. Must be extremely detailed and organized
. Must be a high-energy person with a passion for quality
. Must have excellent verbal and written communications skills
. Strong documentation and debugging/QA skills
. A desire to learn new Technologies such as AIR/Flex
. Experience with Issue Tracking software is a plus
Experience with Source Control tools (Subversion, CVS, etc.) is a plus

One thought on “Eight ColdFusion Job Openings in Fort Lauderdale

  1. I know people that work for this company and people who have interviewed there. They have extremely poor management and poor development practices. 50% of the work/code is legacy CF code that has been thrown together over the last 5 years. The other 50% is newer, but still not written in any type of OO fashion as they lead on. Additionally, they are doing everything they can to get people in the door, even hiring people who have never worked in the web-world to train them ColdFusion. Additionally, their turn-over is very high. About 40% of the development staff has left over the past 6 months and I believe that is an ongoing theme.

    Just wanted to warn anyone who is interested in this company.

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