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Django Developer at Gizmag

Remote: No | Relocation: No
Melbourne,Vic,Australia | Jun 03, 2015

Gizmag is an online magazine covering all things science, technology and innovation. Our goal is to inspire people to create a better future, and we’re growing rapidly, with a monthly audience of six million people from all around the globe. We need another **Django developer** to join our small team in Melbourne, Australia (office in Carlton). It would be great if you are located in Melbourne, **but we are open to telecommuting** provided you are experienced, self-motivated and **in the Australian Eastern standard time zone.** The site is powered by our home-grown **content management system**. **Our stack includes** - Python/Django - PostgreSQL - Redis - Bootstrap - SASS - Angular JS - CoffeeScript Read more

Remote Django / Angular Developer at Dey Distributing

Remote: Yes | Relocation: No
Minneapolis,Mn,United States | Nov 17, 2014

###A temporary fill-in on a time-sensitive project Our developer is sick, and we need to setup a stage server with an updated layout. We need to configure a new responsive site setup for an ubuntu server with nginx/gunicorn. We are looking for someone with experience and the ability to complete the project with minimal assistance. ###Required - 3+ years of experience in web development - nginx experience - comfortable with Angular ###Tasks - update project for customer requirements (angular/django updates) - configure new nginx/postgres instance for the new stage server The entire project is estimated to take 10-15 hours. If this project goes well, it could lead to additional projects. Thank you for your consideration. Read more

Open Source Django / Angularjs Developer - Energy Sector at Lawrence Berkeley National Labs

Remote: Yes | Relocation: No
Berkeley,Ca,United States | Nov 18, 2014

We are looking for a U.S.-based (preferably West Coast) developer with strong web development skills interested in working on a web application designed to make the energy use of buildings more transparent. The Building Technology and Urban Systems (BTUS) Department at Berkeley Lab develops technologies and tools to reduce the energy use and environmental impact of buildings. BTUS develops many software tools to help collect, manage, analyze and publish data about energy use in buildings, to support energy efficiency policies and programs. One such project is the Standard Energy Efficiency Data Platform™ (SEED), which is an open-source web application that helps organizations easily manage data on the energy performance of large groups of buildings. More details on this project are available at The SEED source code can be seen at SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: --- This position will serve as the lead maintainer of the SEED open-source project, including fixing bugs and reviewing code contributions from the SEED open-source community. The developer will work on a range of activities including: - The planning, coding, and deployment of the SEED web … Read more