Last semester we created a basic site called GW Ask a Guy, where girls from GW could go on a website and ask any ‘love’ related question to a guy, anonymously. The site received 2000 hits in the first two weeks and many more after that.
We are looking for a Graduate or Undergraduate student that could design an HTML website, modeled after www.gwaskaguy.com, where people could create an account and have the “Ask, Shout and Confess” functionalities. This would be a great way to get involved in a project from the ground up and partake in website that is likely to receive many hits from GW students (based on the past success of gwaskaguy.com). If confident in your ability to create the site, we can offer an initial stipend of $300 for the work and negotiate terms for continuity.
Local entrepreneur with a functioning database driven website needs help with systems configuration and programming. Immediate need is to help owner turn his pc into a virtual environment (to make changes to site infrastructure prior to making them live). Second priority is to change scripts relating to trial subscriptions. Additional projects needed are: creating a “cron” job that sends daily emails based on user preferences; other changes necessary to change site back end (data upload and filtering) and front end (site querying). Looking for someone with Python experience. Site uses the django framework backed by postgreSQL. I am confident that a capable person with python experience can figure out how to work with the rest of the site infrastructure. I frankly don’t care what year someone is provided they can help me.
I am looking to start someone at $12 an hour for 5 or so hours a week for an indefinite time period. This opportunity will suit someone looking for a flexible source of income where they can learn new skills. Extending the duration of employment, increasing the number of hours, and upping compensation will depend upon what the programmer brings to the table and how successful the website is.
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The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), a non-profit, non-partisan think tank, is seeking a skilled Designer/Developer to lead the continued improvement of its Drupal-based website. This position is for an independent contractor who will work off-site on an as-needed basis (with four guaranteed hours per month), with a preference given to someone who is local to Washington, DC.
The ideal candidate will be expected to be a proactive member of our team to maintain and improve the design and layout of the site to conform to best practices in website usability and accessibility; recommend and introduce new features to improve the user experience of the site; optimize the site and hosting to improve performance; and better integrate our print publications with our online publishing process.
The Designer/Developer will be responsible for maintaining and updating the Drupal core and related modules, specifying development and design requirements, identifying optimal solutions, testing updates, and troubleshooting bugs. The Designer/Developer will also be responsible for installing updates and making backups of the web server (Linode). The Designer/Developer will be responsible for managing any outside developers.
This Designer/Developer will only be responsible for site design, development and maintenance. This individual will not be responsible for editing or posting content.
· Strong commitment to excellent design and user experience
· Strong understanding of accessible and usable site design
· Advanced working knowledge of Drupal CMS architecture (currently running Drupal 6)
· Linux server administration
· Excellent communication skills
Campus Fresh in the Lerner Health & Wellness Center is looking for highly skilled and motivated developers to help build a new web/application platform for an exciting new fundraising platform launching at GWU. We are looking for someone who can lead the development efforts of this platform. There is also potential to grow with us and become part of our founding team. The initial start-up phase of this job would start this spring and would be completed
over the summer. For more information regarding work scope and pay please email your resume along with a cover letter, including development work you have done in the past, to our project manager, Amir Mostafavi, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ruby on Rails
Futnection is looking for a graduate level computer science student interested in web design to help us launch our website. Futnection is a new company started by a couple GW Master’s students and aims to bring together the greater DC area soccer community including players, universities, leagues, local
soccer stores and soccer bars through weekly games and tournaments.
Currently, we are working on holding the inaugural futnection tournament. All proceeds will be going to the victims of the Japan quake and tsunami through a donation to the Red Cross.
We are looking for an individual that is willing to be innovative, self-motivated and help out a great cause. Since we are still starting up, this is a volunteer opportunity, but is a unique opportunity to work with a company in its very beginning stages.
The ThinkGeek Overlords are seeking Temporary Customer Service
Representatives to help us with our prime directive in becoming the
World's Most Customer-Friendly E-tailer. CS Monkeys will be responsible
for ensuring that all questions from customers regarding orders,
products, site navigation, billing inquiries, and technical problems are
answered in a fun, informative and timely manner. The position will last
from October 2010 to January 2011 and the base compensation will be
$12+/hr with the possibility for overtime.
For more information please see the attachment.
I am a graduate student in CS in a nearby school in DC and I would need to
hire a TA or GA that would help me in data structures for a couple of hours
per week. Also, I would need help in computer hardware, in particular in
regard to the LC3 architecture.
We may well need a programmer to help us out with our Blackboard 9