Attention all you super talented web developers. The greatest news you will ever hear: Murfie. is. hiring. If you’ve got back-end and UX chops, and killer programming moves, show us your stuff. We wanna see what you can do.
We most certainly value a rock solid skill set, but we’re also lookin’ for someone who’s versatile and ambitious. We’re a growing startup, so the workload will be varied and interesting. We also like to think our work environment is pretty darn fun. Check out this job posting for more details.
Interested? Please contact Preston Austin, email@example.com, or Jason Gullickson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forget man cave, mantuary, or manspace. Let’s hear it for “dev cave,” a monthly update from our lead developer, Jason Gullickson.
“This month we focused on bolstering the inner workings of the Murfie machinery. We just rolled out a new “Disc Dematerializer” to improve the speed at which members’ discs get posted as well as an overhaul of our existing warehouse system to support posting discs one-at-a-time (instead of having to wait for an entire kit to be processed).
Once we finish up the improvements under the hood, we’ll be focusing on the parts of Murfie our members use the most. We want to make the site faster and easier to use as well as implement the features popularly requested by members.
In addition to our regularly scheduled programming (har har har) we have some experimental work going on in the Murfie labs. Mobile apps, cloud music locker interfaces, and other R&D projects are under way as we continue to look for new ways to make Murfie the best online music platform in the world.”
Sweet! Thanks, Jason! For the very latest from our developer team, stay tuned to more episodes of The Dev Cave each and every month.