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Are you a Web Developer with experience in ASP.net? Perhaps you know someone who is? We’re recruiting…
The right candidate will be bright, enthusiastic and highly motivated. Applicants must be prepared to use their own initiative to problem-solve and learn new technologies.
Candidates must have:
- Education to degree level
- Excellent communication and organisation skills and the ability to work within a small team and on your own initiative.
- Good attention to detail
- A portfolio of websites demonstrating the skills required above.
Salary: £24,000 - £27,000 dependent on experience
Degree/HND: IT related
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Please send CV, covering letter and portfolio of relevant web sites to: [email protected]
Applications will only be accepted from candidates who are authorised to work for any UK employer.
Strictly no agencies.
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Another Andy here with a hot tip. Coasters. Go for the coasters.
I think the key here is backups. Any of the main brand laptops will break if you add dust or water into the equation. You could invest in one of the robust ones in a case, but you will pay for it. I would just buy a £400-£500 laptop, look after it, and always keep it in a soft case. I would also back everything up every night, so worst case scenario, you still have your data. If you're exposing your laptop to extreme conditions it is more likely to break, so backup backup, backup!
There's a clue on the left of your screen... "related sites".
We do all sorts. But mainly we talk to the animals, like Dr Doolittle.
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