JOB: DHTML DEVELOPER - Wrapsidy, Los Gatos, CA

19 Nov 2004 - 5:57pm
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Wrapsidy, a 10 year old Los Gatos-based software company, is the
leading company providing TV ratings analysis software, with a Who's
Who list of clients in the TV industry. We are looking for developers
to help us build a high-availability, high transaction rate ratings
portal. We are developing an advanced user interface that feels more
like a desktop application than browsing the web. We are seeking an
experienced DHTML developer to join our advanced client and server
side development team.

Send your cover letter, resume and samples of your work to: sb-dhtml1 at


- Work with our team to implement a usable & visually attractive
interface for a portal-based TV ratings analysis and reporting system.
- Collaborate with the development team to develop complex DHTML pages
that will serve as templates for the dynamic, data-driven portions of
the portal.

Required Skills and Experience

- Over 3 years of solid hand-coded DHTML development experience,
including experience with dynamic, data-driven business web sites.
- Solid JavaScript skills, particularly an understanding of the W3C
DOM and manipulation of DOM elements.
- Excellent understanding of CSS, including CSS positioning.
- Experience with cross-browser compatibility (Mozilla/Gecko & IE 5.5+).
- Experience using IFRAMES and hidden elements to provide more
responsive interaction without additional page refreshes.
- Experience with Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, or Freehand a plus.
- XUL experience is a plus.
- A general interest in all areas of web application development is a plus.
- Must be able to independently design, develop and test major
features, as well as work jointly with other team members to deliver
complex changes.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.

H1B sponsorship is not available.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING: Please copy and paste your resume into the
BODY of an email (do not attach a file) or provide a link. EMAILS

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