Linux job postings, 3 positions in Chattanooga.

From: Jason Brown 
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Hey guys!

I have three positions to fill at ARS immediately!  Two are re-posts and
I'm adding the Linux Sysadmin position to the list.

Linux Systems / Network Administrator

     We are expanding our application development team in Chattanooga,
Tennessee and looking for a PHP Application Developer. Applicants must be
comfortable working independently and in collaboration with a small team.

Skills and technologies that apply to this position:

Networking, subnetting, VPN technologies
Linux, Apache, Nginx, Bash, Systems Monitoring
Server virtualization, infrastructure as code, continuous integration
Source control systems, git, svn, etc
Cloud based services and APIs
High availability, load balancing, and distributed session management
Some PHP / Web development experience is also helpful


PHP Application Developer

     We are expanding our application development team in Chattanooga,
Tennessee and looking for a PHP Application Developer. Applicants must be
comfortable working independently and in collaboration with a small team.

Skills and technologies that apply to this position:

PHP, MySQL, MongoDB, Javascript, JQuery, HTML, CSS
Web applications built on modern frameworks, we use Symfony2 and Doctrine
Source control systems, git and svn
Cloud based services and APIs
NoSQL technologies such as MongoDB and Redis
High availability, load balancing, and distributed session management


DevOps / IAAS Developer

     We are expanding our application development team in Chattanooga,
Tennessee and looking for a DevOps / IAAS Administrator. Applicants must be
comfortable working independently and in collaboration with a small team.

Skills and technologies that apply to this position:

Networking, subnetting, VPN technologies
Linux, Apache, Nginx, Bash, Systems Monitoring
Server virtualization, infrastructure as code, continuous integration
Source control systems, git, svn, etc
Cloud based services and APIs
High availability, load balancing, and distributed session management
Some PHP / Web development experience is also helpful

How to apply:
     Please send a resume and salary requirements to dev.jobs@thinkars.com.
Applicants including examples of previous work and/or open source
contributions will be given first consideration.

About ARS
With over 250 employees across our Illinois, Michigan and Tennessee
offices, we=E2=80=99re known for focusing on client service, results and an
unending love of creativity. We work with with some of America=E2=80=99s mo=
st
beloved brands: Sears, Walmart, P&G, Whirlpool, Craftsman, Kimberly-Clark,
Maytag, PBS Kids and many more.

Benefits & Perks:
Paid time off (holidays, vacation, personal & more)
Pre-tax insurance benefits, including medical, dental and vision
Company-paid life insurance
401K match & vesting plan
Discounted prices on appliances and electronics


Jason Brown

FreePBX Call Recording Issue (Stephen Kraus)

From: Justin McAteer 
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Could be that the call is being setup with media directly between the phone=
s. What type of interface are you using for your external calls?
Thanks=2C=0A=

Justin McAteer=0A=

(256) 694-9195


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Job postings, PHP Dev and DevOps.

From: Jason Brown 
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Hi guys, we are expanding the dev / IT team and have some new positions to
fill.

PHP Application Developer

     We are expanding our application development team in Chattanooga,
Tennessee and looking for a PHP Application Developer. Applicants must be
comfortable working independently and in collaboration with a small team.

Skills and technologies that apply to this position:

PHP, MySQL, MongoDB, Javascript, JQuery, HTML, CSS
Web applications built on modern frameworks, we use Symfony2 and Doctrine
Source control systems, git and svn
Cloud based services and APIs
NoSQL technologies such as MongoDB and Redis
High availability, load balancing, and distributed session management

DevOps / IAAS Developer

     We are expanding our application development team in Chattanooga,
Tennessee and looking for a DevOps / IAAS Administrator. Applicants must be
comfortable working independently and in collaboration with a small team.

Skills and technologies that apply to this position:

Networking, subnetting, VPN technologies
Linux, Apache, Nginx, Bash, Systems Monitoring
Server virtualization, infrastructure as code, continuous integration
Source control systems, git, svn, etc
Cloud based services and APIs
High availability, load balancing, and distributed session management
Some PHP / Web development experience is also helpful

How to apply:
     Please send a resume and salary requirements to dev.jobs@thinkars.com.
Applicants including examples of previous work and/or open source
contributions will be given first consideration.


About ARS
     With over 250 employees across our Illinois, Michigan and Tennessee
offices, we=E2=80=99re known for focusing on client service, results and an
unending love of creativity. We work with with some of America=E2=80=99s mo=
st
beloved brands: Sears, Walmart, P&G, Whirlpool, Craftsman, Kimberly-Clark,
Maytag, PBS Kids and many more.

Benefits & Perks:
Paid time off (holidays, vacation, personal & more)
Pre-tax insurance benefits, including medical, dental and vision
Company-paid life insurance
401K match & vesting plan
Discounted prices on appliances and electronics

Jason Brown

OT maybe: advice wanted on particular Android phones.

From: rdflowers 
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I have run into a $20 ZTE Whirl2 deal around here. I also got a $35  
for a Moto E and a month service included, if I use my existing #.

The ZTE runs Android 4.3 .

This Moto E runs Android 5.0 .

I would appreciate any insight and experience related to these phones,  
and especially regarding rooting them, and regarding developing apps  
for them ( especially if it can be done not-in-java, but even if it  
must be -- python 3 would be ideal ).

Can one or both be rooted/developed on -- without major risk of bricking them?

Also, and finally, what Android simulators do any of you fine folks like?


I ( because of $ ) don't have email access except at the library, but  
I get here every couple of days or so. Phone or text anytime would be  
great ( 423 653-9715 ), and would increase the appreciation points  
even further, and would be quicker. Either deal could go away soon,  
but especially the Moto E.

Search engining eats my limited access time very quickly, or I would  
do that more instead of asking.


Thanks for any help you can give me !
--
R. D. Flowers, Chattanooga, TN, USA
http://chalice.us/poe/



Java REST API Implementation Needed

From: Tim Youngblood 
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If you have built RESTful APIs in Java using Apache Jersey, or the like,
and are a 1099 bad ass ninja, let me know. I may have some work for you.

Thanks,
Tim
404-939-3377

Fwd: Great Developer Opportunity in Kennesaw, GA

From: gary hasty 
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If anyone is looking for such

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Chuck Shirley 
Date: Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 11:20 AM
Subject: Great Developer Opportunity in Kennesaw, GA
To: GaryHasty 


Hi Gary!

I am a recruiter here at CyberCoders who specializes in placing Developer
candidates as well as similar positions in Kennesaw, GA and other locations
nationwide.

I am emailing you in case you think you would be a great fit for the
position listed below.  Please check out the link and apply if you are
interested in hearing more about the job.  :)

Also - If you refer a friend I end up placing at any of my open jobs, I
will give you an iPad for the referral!

This position is for a Developer in Kennesaw, GA.

*For more details on this job or to apply simply visit CyberCoders:*

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emails to you about new opportunities.



 Thank you,
Chuck

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Swap Meet

From: Keith 
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Great to meet all of you IRL, and thanks for the equipment. Thanks, Dave,
for getting this together. This should help me get a lab going in the new
house.

On Sunday, December 14, 2014, John Alcock 

Great quote some of you may have seen on Twitter

From: Christopher Rimondi 
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"Best kind of engineers to work with: 40yo parents who actually know how
computers work. worst kind: 22yo kids who love javascript frameworks"

-- 
Chris Rimondi | http://twitter.com/crimondi | securitygrit.com

Fwd: [Dc404-Chat] OT, know any Android dev that wants a quick buck?

From: "stephen@averagesecurityguy.info" 
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Any local devs want to help out? Contact Lee directly.

--
Stephen Haywood
Owner, ASG Consulting
423.305.3700
asgconsulting.co

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Lee Clemmer 
> Subject: [Dc404-Chat] OT, know any Android dev that wants a quick =
buck?
> Date: December 9, 2014 at 8:39:35 AM EST
> To: dc404-chat@lists.kaos.to
> Reply-To: dc404-chat@lists.kaos.to
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> I've got an existing Android app in the Google store, but at year's =
end the v2 billing API will no longer be supported, and we need to move =
to v3. Should be a pretty simple update, as there's only one purchase =
option, it "unlocks" the whole app (just a few features, all at once).
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> Anyhow, it should take very little time, I've looked at the code, and =
I could probably do it but I'd hate it if I screwed it up.=20
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> So if you know any Java developer that's familiar with Google Billing =
API's and wants to make an easy buck (like maybe $500-$1K) then have =
them give me an email off list.=20
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before, but (presumably) it's such a small job that lots of candidates =
here in the U.S. just aren't interested. Language barriers suck. And I'm =
not sure I trust developers in the Ukraine.
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> Lee
> 

Build/Hire Team

From: Mike Harrison 
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I=92ve been asked about the possibility of hiring 1, maybe 2 or 3, web appl=
ication / interface guru=92s =

to build fancy mobile friendly interface web app for an existing back end t=
hat does the heavy lifting. =


This is a 3+ month (maybe eternal) project. =


In the list is: =93Sexy graphing/charting=94 (JavaScript) and =93user exper=
ience=94.  =


Interested? Strike up a conversation. =



Mike Harrison
mike@geeklabs.com  =

423 605 6943
Skype: meuoned




Email bounce back Help

From: DJ Smith 
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Well everyone, here's my 1st plead for assistance. 

We are running our own email server w/ Iredmail on a Debian box. Everything has been going good up till this 1 bounce back from a client. 

The only error they have sent me is this:
IOException during delivery. class: java.net.UnknownHostException

I have been through all our logs & I can not even see where their server even made or attempted a connection w/ ours. This leads me to believe that there's a middle man that is causing the problem. But it could be our server & I'm just simply overlooking something. 

So, I was hoping that 1 of you may have come across this error somewhere before.

DJ




Sent from my ASUS Pad

Ironic

From: Rod-Lists 
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I just got a phishing attempt supposedly from bitmaim mailing lists.
A .jar. I don't do java or bit coin. 

PHP job in Nashville area

From: "M. H." 
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If anyone around Nashville is looking for a PHP gig, see below:



On Tue, Jul 8, 2014 at 5:09 PM, Nanci Cronk 
wrote:

> Hi Michael
>
> We=E2=80=99ve corresponded about Linux roles in the past, so I know you k=
now your
> way around the LAMP stack. I hope you don=E2=80=99t mind me reaching out.=
 You don=E2=80=99t
> by chance know any PHP programmers in Nashville or surrounding areas, do
> you? We=E2=80=99ve got a respected client on the *south side of Nashville=
 looking
> to fill a direct hire PHP Developer position.  *It=E2=80=99s mid level,
> compensation will go up to around 80K and they are looking for good
> background with PHP and frameworks, jQuery and other Javascript libraries=
,
> etc. The company has excellent benefits, lots of opportunities for paid
> training and growth, onsite workout facilities, and more.
>
>
> Let me know if you might be interested but if not I=E2=80=99d sure apprec=
iate your
> help to pass the word along. We=E2=80=99ll pay you a referral fee if we p=
lace the
> person you refer and they stay on past our guarantee period.  I=E2=80=99d=
 love to
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>
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>
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Am the only one who thinks SW widgets are stuck in the 90's

From: Rod-Lists 
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On the subject of space weather widgets in regards to Shortwave and ham radio, am I the only one who thinks they need an update on technique?

Scroll down to the java app.
http://www.hamqsl.com/solar1.html
Needs a map that isn't 8 bit theater.

And check the widget to the left.

Scheme

From: David White 
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Whelp, I just (sort-of-randomly) decided to take another dive into
attempting to teach myself (real) programming (as opposed to HTML and some
rudiments of PHP & Bash scripting that I know).

My cousin a few years ago tried to get me to learn Scheme by introducing me
to SICP, the free book made available online by MIT.

He regrets ever trying to start me on PHP several years ago, which I never
really picked up or enjoyed. I was never good at the AP CS course I took in
high school either (in Java - partially, probably, due to a bad teacher.
Regardless I was one of the worst students in that course).

Anyway, we got into a conversation over dinner tonight at his house on
programming, and how I'm going to be working with some kids this summer to
help them in literacy and introduction to computers & computer programming,
and he brought up the very real, very valid point that it takes a certain
age (around middle school at the earliest) to really understand algebraic
functions in the head.

I had an absolutely awful math experience in highschool and in college, so
never really had a good foundation, which may explain my difficulty and
lack of interest in programming.

Anyway, tonight, I found the video lecture series made available by MIT in
addition to SICP (
http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-001-structure-and-interpretation-of-computer-programs-spring-2005/index.htm
).

I'm only about 10 minutes into the 1st video (partly because I keep
stopping it and rewinding to make sure I understand concepts / write them
down), but I think this may be the ticket and key to my understanding *and* to
my interest!

If I continue beyond a few days of wistful thinking and exploring and
actually dive into this consistently to get myself through the book, course
material and/or other ways of learning Scheme, I may actually get somewhere
with this!

:)

Wish me luck!

-- 
David White
Founder & CEO

*Develop CENTS *
Computing, Equipping, Networking, Training & Supporting
Nonprofit Organizations Worldwide
http://developcents.com
423-693-4234

Javascript on F20, firefox-29.0-5

From: John Aldrich 
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I have a website which I visit frequently and it is complaining that 
Javascript is disabled. I have installed icedtea-web as well as Open-JDK 1.8, 
and restarted Firefox, but it's still complaining that JS is disabled. How do 
I enable it? I have looked in FF and I don't see anything???

Fwd: Great Lead Full-Stack Developer Opportunity in Chattanooga, TN

From: David White 
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I am not interested, but I still want that iPad!!!
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Colby Yoshimura" 
Date: May 8, 2014 2:24 AM
Subject: Great Lead Full-Stack Developer Opportunity in Chattanooga, TN
To: "DavidWhite" 
Cc:

Hi David!

I am a recruiter here at CyberCoders who specializes in placing Lead
Full-Stack Developer candidates as well as similar positions in
Chattanooga, TN and other locations nationwide.

I am emailing you in case you think you would be a great fit for the
position listed below.  Please check out the link and apply if you are
interested in hearing more about the job.  :)

Also - If you refer a friend I end up placing at any of my open jobs, I
will give you an iPad for the referral!

This position is for a Lead Full-Stack Developer in Chattanooga, TN.

*For more details on this job or to apply simply visit CyberCoders:*

*http://www.CyberCoders.com/qc.aspx?posId=CY1-1148555&ad=CSNPCBColby.Yoshimura
*

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 Thank you,
Colby

Colby Yoshimura  | Executive Recruiter |
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Jobs

OH MY GAWD! Check out this election commission page.

From: Rod 
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'This site uses Javascript. If your computer doesn't have it installed, go  
here to download the program so you can view the results:  
https://www.java.com/en/download/ '

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/e21fbe9e-d487-11e3-8f77-00144feabdc0.html#axzz30xxcotBm

Come on even a MS shop like the County Gov should know the difference.
-- 
The unregulated free market is like Yog-Sothoth, a mythical being whose  
followers make bloody sacrifice to hasten its arrival to this world.

http://snowdenandthefuture.info/documents.html

Using Opera's mail client: http://www.opera.com/mail/

Program to download transactions from bank websites

From: James Nylen 
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I've written a program to... you guessed it... download transactions and
balances from bank websites.  Most of the bank websites I have seen are
just atrocious in terms of code and design, and I wanted a system to unify
my accounts.

Here's the code and documentation:

https://github.com/nylen/node-banker

I'd like to start releasing more software, so what are some good ways to
publicize your work?

I use this program with GnuCash (free accounting software) and a GnuCash
web interface that I wrote:

https://github.com/nylen/gnucash-django

This combination doesn't do everything I want, but it is still really
useful to me.  If you find any of this useful, great - please use it and
post issues to GitHub.

The transaction downloader is written in Node.js, which I like anyway, but
it's a practical choice too since a lot of these bank websites require
JavaScript to function properly.  So I think this code is also a decent
example of how to scrape pages using a headless browser.