Let me first of all introduce myself by saying, I am a lawyer at a well established company in London. I am also a part of a well established and growing IT company. We have a really exciting opportunity for a computer science student or graduate to develop a website using Amazon Web Services or any other host you believe can be used to achieve the outcome sought for.This is an opportunity to gain some real hands on experience and recognition for your work with a well established company.
The company has been established since 2008 and has done some very exciting things since its inception. The company is now delving into an new area of work/service and a revolutionary online service that will provide many benefits for its users.We are looking for a team of computer science students preferably in their 2 or third year or graduates who are looking to try their hands on something new and exciting. The company is willing to pay developers a token for their time at the completion of the project and once the website is live and generating income (which it is sure to do), there will be an opportunity for a full time salaried job for the right candidate.If you would like to join the team then please respond to this thread stating what skills you have and are able to bring to the team.
Hello, my name is Lawyerlinker! Watch
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Last edited by Lawyerlinker; 27-02-2016 at 14:06.
- 27-02-2016 09:55
- 01-03-2016 10:03
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- 19-03-2016 16:10
Very interesting offer, but I just created a website using hosting services from http://v-sys.org/services/hosting/dedicated . I wish your idea attracts more enthusiasts, your project is great, good luck!