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This page should detail AOLserver-related jobs that are currently open.

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2007-09-19 - Web Application Developer

Tired of corporate management layers? Ready for a new challenge? Want a job that keeps you learning something new every day? How about getting paid to contribute to AOLserver as a web development platform? Want to work with people who are really smart and knowledgeable and create market-leading award-winning web applications?

We are looking to fill an immediate opening for a full time programmer to develop web-based software using AOLserver. Permanent position in Santa Rosa, California. Partial (but not complete) tele-commuting possible. Flexible hours. H1-B transfer possible. Relocation assistance. We are looking for a well-organized, smart and hard-working person. In addition to working on interesting and challenging projects, you'll also be contributing to our own AOLserver Framework (that we've been developing since 1995 and that has over 500 procs) and helping with releasing it as an open source project.

$100,000-$130,000

See http://am.net/careers/ for more details


2006 - Ongoing, Always Looking for Talent

Placemark Investments is a money management firm providing innovative overlay portfolio management services. Placemark is always looking for AOLserver/Tcl talent. Currently, we're only looking for candidates who are serious about permanent employment. Located in Dallas, TX -- Spring Valley and the Tollway. Contact: [1]

Update 2006.10.18: New Position: Lead Platform Developer/Architect


14-Aug-2006 - Minneapolis, Minnesota based company seeking AOLserver/TCL programmer

Minneapolis, Minnesota area employer MedNet Solutions looking for full-time TCL programmer for database driven webdesign using AOLserver. One to two years experience working with TCL and web design. Experience with Linux a plus. Contact Ryan Anderson [2] or see our posting in the Jobs section of the StarTribune