Thanks for the posting Rasjid, looks like a interesting role. Good luck with
> On 15 Feb 2018, at 11:30 am, Rasjid Wilcox <rasj...@openminddev.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> My workplace is looking for an experienced Python Developer to help develop
> and maintain its in-house POS and Practice Management System
> This is a full-time permanent role, and would be mostly working from home
> with face-to-face contact on-site at Mount Waverley on an as needed basis.
> Full description below.
> If you are interested or have questions, please email me via
> Note: The role requires both Windows and Linux development.
> Full time Applications Developer (primarily Python)
> The Optical Superstore is looking to hire an experienced Python developer to
> join a small team to help develop and maintain the next version of
> its in-house Point-of-Sale and Practice Management software.
> Technologies in use
> The software is primarily developed in Python using PostgreSQL as the
> database. The core system is a Windows Desktop application developed using
> PySide, but there are a collection of other technologies in use including
> Django, CherryPy, some Angular, and small amounts of C# and Kotlin, so
> familiarity with a diverse range of technologies is appreciated. Most of the
> core backend systems run on Linux, so being handy on a bash shell (or fish if
> you prefer) over ssh is definitely helpful.
> Skills required
> Not just coding, the role will involve all aspects of the software
> development process, from requirements gathering and architecture planning to
> development, testing and deployment. We see being able to talk to the end
> users, key stakeholders and other team members as an essential part of the
> development process. And more than just talking, asking smart questions to
> uncover the real needs and requirements.
> While not internet scale, there is enough data that knowing the difference
> between approaches that are o(n) vs o(n^2) is required. A good understanding
> of SQL (ideally PostgreSQL) is essential.
> We need you to familiar with designing software for the long term. Parts of
> the legacy code base we are replacing are over 20 years old. We would hope
> that much of the code that is written today will still be in use in another
> 20 years.
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