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Entrepreneurial Programmer Wanted (Beverly Hills, CA)

We are a small think tank in Beverly Hills looking for a programmer to help with various projects. We develop projects from inception to completion and have several live projects already profitable and many more in the pipeline. Our projects utilize the following:

* ASP.Net 3.5 SP1
* C#
* Entity Framework and LINQ to SQL
* HTML / CSS / Javascript / AJAX
* Object Oriented Programming / Design
* Asterisk

You will work alongside a team of young talented programmers and entrepreneurs developing applications and building businesses.

Knowledge in .NET is required.

Please submit your resumes.

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SMS in Gmail gets two-week delay

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Front End Develper Needed (Los Angeles ONLY)


JOB DESCRIPTION: Web Development Engineer

Are you a forward thinker who is already working beyond Web 2.0? Is the entrepreneurial spirit gnawing at you? Are you looking to get in early at a rapidly growing company, where the exciting risk of being one of the early employees can lead to enormous financial rewards? Well, have I got an opportunity for you!

I Am Athlete is revolutionizing the sports industry by creating the worlds first open marketplace for amateur athletics. We have already secured high profile national partnerships and have been generating revenue since July. We are growing so quickly that we need your help.

We are looking for a professional software engineer who fits in with our fast-paced and high energy culture. We need someone who has a history of delivering solid solutions, managing their time effectively and organizing themselves to deliver results on time and on budget.

We have fun, we work hard, we love what we do and we are going to succeed. Want to be a part of it? Let us know now ( – we move quickly.


The ideal candidate will have the following skills or experience:
Required Skills
Experience Level

Web 2.0/HTML/DHTML Development
5 years Expert

Javascript/Ajax Development
5 years Expert

CSS 2.0 or better Development
5 years Expert

Solid written and oral communication skills
5 years Expert

Preferred Skills (not required)

ASP.Net (C#) Development
3 years Intermediate

MS SQL Server 2005 Development (SPs, T-SQL)
3 years Intermediate

MS SQL Server 2005 Architecture (Tables, Schema)
3 years Intermediate

C# Application Development
3 years Intermediate

Understanding of today’s social networking environment

Interested? We want to know you.

Location: Los Angeles

Local Candidates ONLY
No Relocation Candidates

Send us the following:

+ A copy of your resume

+ An outline of the application you’re most proud of having created

+ Your two favorite websites and why

Send to:

About I Am Athlete

I Am Athlete, founded in 2008, is the world’s first open marketplace for amateur athletics, revolutionizing the way communities, clubs, coaches, athletes and companies connect. Imagine Wikipedia, Facebook and Ticketmaster on a running team and you’ll get the idea. With a robust online registration engine, a sports-centric social networking experience and a limitless encyclopedia of athletic experiences, I Am Athlete is the most unique platform to effectively integrate the many spokes of athletics into a single resource.

I Am Athlete is founded and run by athletes and highly successful entrepreneurs. The Company has established partnerships with hundreds of sports organizations, including National Governing Bodies, sports apparel/footwear companies, premiere athletic events, clubs, sports teams, athletic coaches and more.

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Frightening fun with sensors, projectors, and Max/MSP

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Google changes JotSpot privacy settings after complaint

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Layoffs hit Bluetooth headset maker Aliph

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Adobe Flash ActionScript Programmer / Developer – Contractor (San Fernando Valley)

Animax Entertainment seeks a senior programmer skilled in Adobe Flash AS 3 for a few month long contract. This contract assignment will last to end of December or potentially extend into January. Ideally you will work on site in our Los Angeles / Van Nuys office for part of the time but we will consider remote workers.

Your background needs to include and Adobe Flex and Adobe AS3. Ideally, you are experienced with ElectroServer

You have a Computer Science degree / background.


Email links to your work and try to point to the work you actually did. Include your resume and outline your compensation requirements. Please include your name and your phone number in the subject line of the email. PLEASE INCLUDE AS2/3 CODE SAMPLES as well.
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Circuit City gets delisting notice from NYSE

The troubled electronics retailer's stock doesn't meet minimum criteria to be listed, the company is told.
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