[dancer-users] Looking for a developer...
darren at darrenduncan.net
Thu Sep 11 07:58:18 BST 2014
Mike, I strongly recommend you switch your project to PostgreSQL from MySQL
while it is still relatively young and small, so that you can grow with the
better DBMS rather than putting more energy into the current one. You won't
regret changing, and it will make it easier to grow after. -- Darren Duncan
On 2014-09-10, 11:39 AM, Mike Schroeder wrote:
> Hi all - I've been using Dancer for years and have watched this list for years -
> thank you to everyone for a great framework.
> In my new role at a new company (an audio engineering and production school), I
> searched for an off the shelf system to do what I wanted, and finally gave up
> and wrote my own. Dancer, Rose::DB::Object, Bootstrap and MySQL - amazing what
> you can do in 3-4 months of spare time :)
> The project is up and in production, running well, and now we are wanting to add
> more features, etc. I am too busy doing my real job (CEO) to have the time to
> do the development work on the system.
> I'm looking for someone who can can SSH into our servers from anywhere, work
> within my existing architecture to extend and add features, refactor some of my
> prototype code (it's not horrible, but I know it could be better), and help move
> the project forward.
> The ideal candidate would have experience with Dancer, Rose::DB::Object,
> Bootstrap and MySQL. There is also a POE-based daemon using Rose::DB::Object
> running alongside for long-running asynchronous job handling, so POE experience
> would be helpful as well.
> This is not a full-time job - more project based work to add new features, etc.
> I expect to keep building this out over the next year, so I'm looking for a
> good long term partner to work with. I'm ok with different timezones, as long as
> we can find some common time for Skype etc. (I'm in Vancouver, so Pacific Timezone).
> If you are interested, you can send an email to mike at nimbusrecording dot com.
> Let me know your experience and expectations for payment.
> Thanks all - I really appreciate the Dancer community and what it allows us all
> to create.
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