Archive for August 2006

More jobs @ OmniTI

We are seeking junior - mid level web
developers to work on large scale, robust, web applications.

The ideal candidate will have:
- Good working knowledge of PHP, SQL (any of Oracle/MySQL/PostgreSQL), UNIX, and the usual HTML/CSS/JavaScript
-  Knowledge of database design, Ajax, web services, Perl and other programming languages will be highly regarded
- A bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline
- Intelligence, intellectual curiosity, problem solving abilities, sense of responsibility, and drive to learn and self improve

We
offer an unparalleled work environment for smart people with a sense of
humor; challenging projects; and the opportunity to work with and be
mentored by some of the sharpest minds in the business.

Please include code samples with your application.  Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States.

Send applications to jobs@omniti.com.

Cross Domain Ajax security

My colleague Chris Shiflett has an interesting new blog post up about Cross Domain Ajax security problems.  I think  it’s a positive sign that people are thinking about security issues in web dev in advance these days, rather than the traditional model  where everybody adopts something, it is massively exploited, and then the fixes start to trickle in.