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50+ developers needed in Orlando - Long term career choice, not to be viewed as a gig

I have over 50 development positions here in Orlando it is remote for the foreseeable future and will be onsite 2 days in Orlando post covi…

Started by Andrew DiRocco

3 Nov 11
Reply by Florence Vicil

Cloud expert needed (closed)

My company, www.cwd.wtf has an immediate need for a cloud computing specialist to install a proprietary application in an XP environment. S…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Mar 8, 2020

Python Trainer in Maryland needed 9/16-18 (Closed)

Hello Codetown! Cambridge is looking for a Python expert to teach an Intro Python class 9/16-18  The Intro class is a 3 day onsite class.…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Sep 4, 2019

Got Angular, HTML5 and CSS? Trainer needed! (Closed!)

Cambridge, Inc has an immediate need for a trainer local to Maryland able to deliver an Angular, HTML5 and CSS onsite five-day class on 8…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Aug 2, 2019

C# .net Developer Opportunity in Orlando, FL

Fantastic C# opportunity in the Orlando, FL area! This position is with a client that provides plenty of room for growth and opportunity in…

Started by MacKenzie Porter

1 Mar 18, 2019
Reply by MacKenzie Porter

Measures of Justice - Data Fellow, Full-Time, 2-Year Contract - Clearwater/St. Petersburg, FL; Dade City/New Port Richey, FL

At Measures for Justice (MFJ) our mission is to use data to transform how we measure, understand, and reform the criminal justice system in…

Started by Amanda Hinchman-Dominguez

0 Feb 16, 2019

Hiring AWS Cloud Developer in Tampa (Closed)

1: Multiple years application development experience with Enterprise Java 2: Multiple year application development experience with Python 3…

Started by Christopher Stone

0 Jun 12, 2018

Hiring Java/AWS Developer in Tampa (Closed)

Requirements:  • 3+ years Java development experience with JDBC, JMS, JSP, JAF, Servlets, AJAX, Spring, REST, Java design patterns and use…

Started by Christopher Stone

0 Jun 12, 2018

Python Trainer

Hello Codetown! Cambridge is looking for a Python expert to teach Intro and Advanced Python and Python for Data Science classes. The Intro…

Started by Michael Levin

0 May 30, 2018

Orlando - Mid-Level Java and C++ Coders (Closed)

Hello Codetown! We are getting ready to start an exciting new 1 year project. We're looking for contract Java and C++ coders. The rate is…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Jan 17, 2018

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