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  - Ernie

Hey everyone, A group of locals just created a slack (chat room) for local front-end developers and web designers in the Miami/Broward/Palm area called, naturally, http://fedm.slack.com.The Slack is invitation-only, but invitations are freely granted. You can request one from any existing member or by contacting me with your name and the e-mail address you'd like your invitation.Cheers,- Ernie
May 13, 2015
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  - Ivan

Hi everybody, I'm a student at the first CS50xMiami cohort which is run by LaunchCode. Our 12-week CS50 course ends this month. Starting June, we're going to have intensive 3-week workshops. I'm very interested in having an iOS workshop but they need somebody that can teach it. Schedule will be Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5/6pm to 9/10pm. Please let me know if anybody is interested and I'll put you in touch with the right person in LaunchCode. Thanks!
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  - Álvaro

I'm writing to invite y'all to our Hackshow that will take place on Tuesday 12 at 18.30 pm. It´s a great chance to know what our students are able to do if you're looking to hire.During the Hackshow, 5 of our best and brightest web development bootcamp graduates will be presenting their final projects- a culmination of 8 weeks of hard work. As I said is perfect event if you're looking to hire developers or interested in technology & startups.After the show there will be some snacks and beers so you can all get to know each other.* Tuesday 12th of May at 18.30pm - 20.30pm- Venture Hive 1010 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33132, United States
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  - Brendaliz

Hello! Looking for a UI / Front end developer who can take on a project from the start. Please send resumes to Brendaliz@bgmakers.com and cc Jenn@bgmakers.com with hourly rate.
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  - Hansel

Please apply through our website at http://www.wreckingballmedia.com/careers/Don’t have a CS degree? No problem.Wrecking Ball Media is looking for a talented UI / Front End Developer to play a key role in bringing great experiences to life. We’re looking for people who are excited to use the latest technologies, love to learn new things and want to work with like-minded people who are passionate about what they do and building things users will love.
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  - Michael

Open English, LLC is looking for a new full time Front End Web Designer to join our growing Miami HQ office. We are a leading Education Technology company focused on English language learning for the Latin American and U.S. Hispanic markets. For immediate consideration email your resume directly to HR@openenglish.com.
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  - Matt

Please apply through our website at www.LaunchCode.org/applyDon’t have a CS degree? No problem.If you’ve ever tinkered with C/C++, Java, Javascript, C, Python, Ruby or functional language but don’t consider yourself an expert, LaunchCode can help you turn that tinkering into a career! LaunchCode offers you an on-ramp to a paid programming apprenticeship at one of hundreds of companies. LaunchCode is working to connect candidates with apprenticeships at host companies like Burger King, Carnival Cruise Lines, Southern Wine and Spirits, and Republica Media and has connected past candidates to companies including Master Card, General Electric, and Riot Games. During the apprenticeship period, pay is at least $15/hour. The host company is committed to keeping the candidate until it makes a decision on the candidate’s future at the company. Essentially, the company is giving you an opportunity to prove yourself. With good performance you will be well-positioned to be hired into a full-time salaried position at market rates. The average apprenticeship lasts 84 days, and we have a 90% success rate placing candidates in full-time salaried positions. At a minimum, LaunchCode candidates should:Have development experience, however, work experience is not required.Be familiar with an at least one imperative (C/C++, Java, Javascript, C, Python, Ruby, etc.) or functional language (Haskell, Scala, F, Clojure, etc). HTML, Markup Languages, etc do not meet the language requirement.Have good problem solving skills. We are looking for logical minds that can understand cause and effect and how to break down difficult problems. This is critical for programmers. The ability to solve difficult algorithms is not required.Understand basic control structures and elements of programs like loops, variables, functions, and potentially objects and classes.Be eager to learn. This is a mentorship with a company, and an incredible opportunity to get a job.Expectation will be for the candidate to work full time, plus potential weekend and nighttime hours to get up to speed and learn as much as possible.Take criticism well and be assertive enough to ask for help.If you want to be a LaunchCode candidate but do not feel you have the necessary skills, apply anyway. If you do not have the necessary skills, we will assist and work with you until you do. Our stats:90% of LaunchCode apprentices get offered full-time employment.On average last 84 days (longer or shorter depending on how hard you work).Average starting salary after apprenticeship period $50,000Please apply through our website at www.LaunchCode.org/apply
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  - Rachel

You're invited to BarCamp Miami — a discussion on media and technology on March 28. We want your input on topics and speakers, too! More info: bit.ly/1A8GIXZ 
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  - Ernie

Impromptu get together for some networking and cold, frothy beers. Drink and talk about code. Tentatively scheduled for Wynwood area! Emphasis here is talking about code and less about the business hustle; there are literally dozens of groups in Miami that do that well (and better.)http://www.meetup.com/Front-end-Developers-of-Miami/events/220952068/
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  - Ernie

It looks like there's a hacakthon at FIU this weekend:"Miami is a paradise but it is not without it's challenges! Transportation, sea level rise, digital divide are just a few issues our community cannot ignore. Come join developers and domain experts as we tackle many of these important issues that require your most creative ideas to solve.Challenge: Improve the lives of people living in South Florida. The application you and your team will develop at the event should solve a social, economic, environmental or health problem using existing data sets, crowdsourced data, and/or data collected by a device you create.Additional challenges will be announced at the event. Awards will be given to the team(s) which present the best solution. To register visit our eventbrite page: https://smartcityhackmia15.eventbrite.comFor more information email: smartcityhack@cis.fiu.edu"While I won't be there since I'm in CA, is it worth getting a team or two together?
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  - Nestor

Requirements:===========* You live in Miami, FL or you are willing to relocate.* You love javascript, use it daily and can show examples of your code.* You love Unix and Linux to the point that you see no problem on jumping into the so called "devops" tasks. You can't wait to have a javascript  driven OS configuration system ;-) * You have built nodejs applications using open source framework(s) that interact with SQL and noSQL DBs (both). You don't fear the challenge to interact with data in any format over any protocol.* You like to deploy to production as soon as you are done with an MMF, you hate branching and rely heavily on well tested code.* Experience with relevant tooling like Gulp.* AngularJS experience a plus.* E2E experience with Protractor a plus.What to expect:===========* You will contribute to building RESTful APIs using nodejs, automate anything needed on top of Unix and Linux  environments, enhance the SPA based on AngularJS, provide E2E UX/UI/Test Automation for a Hedge Fund Administrator who is committed to bleeding edge technology. Forget about dealing with old browsers, we will only support latest versions.* Technologies you will use: Javascript/ECMA, NodeJS,  *nix, bash scripting, AngularJS, Protractor, HTML5, CSS3* You will be successful if you deliver beautiful, well tested non blocking code that scales in a continuous delivery culture.* We practice continuous improvement. We like innovation and we love diversity. We have a family culture, we help and care about each other.* Our dressing code is Business casual. The team plays sports together. Very open and collaborative environment. * Our small team prides to hire only the best professionally and personally. Some people here specialize in *nix configuration management, security, business analysis, data analysis, middle or front end tiers. But everybody pushes hard to become full stack engineers. You will be working mostly with *nix configuration management, middle and front end tiers but you will be encouraged to go further than that.* We use Google hangouts for remote staff but most of the work is done in our Miami Office and we would like that to be still the case. We have a daily meeting to analyze impediments (<15 minutes). Then a weekly Team meeting (<30 minutes). Finally an Operations review meeting once a month (<1h).* We care about your stress and we actively fight insanity so you can expect a Kanban process that will encourage you to finalize what you have started before starting something new backed by reasonable quality expectations.* Competitive salary. We have open and free cafeteria. Dental and Health insurance paid for the employee, and more.* Relocation package for the right individual.How to apply:=========Please reply by email directly to nestor.urquiza at gmail including how you rate yourself in a scale of 1-10 in the below:1. Javascript2. NodeJS3. Linux
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  - Zayra

This is a permanent position with excellent benefits including an onsite gym, restaurant style cafeteria and LEED Certified facilities. Plus a competitive salary, bonus and growth opportunity!  If you are interested please email me at zayra.fosse@experis.com
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  - Healthfundr

We're an online investing platform building a network of people interested in shaping the future of our health. Healthcare is going through an unprecedented transformation and we want to match the best people to the best companies. This is a new experiment for us, so it is just a basic list for now. Take 2 minutes to join and learn more at http://plus.healthfundr.com/work-for-health-startupsWe're looking for software developers and designers of all types. Front end dev/design, back end, embedded systems, and everything in between.
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  - Jessica

We're looking for an experienced Web Master to assist with the many projects we have in the works. If you can create visually appealing sites that feature user-friendly design and clear navigation, if you're handy with WordPress, Like to poke around CSS programs? We want you!! In this role you will be creating & maintaining changes to our websites, posting blogs, and building landing pages and other website, and SEO functions. This person will be writing code and bringing design and functionality ideas to life via wordpress. We are a small office, so don't expect to only have one kind of project. You should have a strong attention to detail and must be comfortable working within a multi project environment in many different industries.In addition you will help with the development of new businesses with high levels of creative license, and the opportunity to be part of a growing team. Requirements for consideration:- Portfolio website/link required with portfolio of existing WordPress. - Knowledge of Link Building, knowledge of Social Networking sites & Search Engine Optimization.- Fierce desire to learn, strong problem-solving skills. - Ability to troubleshoot functional and layout issues. (Knowledge of responsive design techniques & Cross browser testing.) - A good working knowledge & proficiency with Photoshop- Experience working on different programs and website platforms such as the following is not mandatory but is also a plus: • HTML• CSS• JavaScriptYour responsibilities will be:* Create & update Existing WordPress-based Websites: Including theme and individual template development, plugin tweaks, debugging & new feature development. * Collaborate closely with team members to assess/improve/develop processes* Photoshop photographic edits.* Consistently implement the following SEO tactics: meta tag optimization, use of proper headings ( tags), structured markup, insite links, content optimization, image optimization, video optimization, local optimization and new strategies as they are developed.* Review social media, directory and link profiles.
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  - Tammy

Learn AngularJS inside and outThis course is designed to take you from zero to productively building apps with Angular in three action-packed days. We'll assume knowledge of HTML and JavaScript as we start the class with the basics of Angular, but by day three we'll dig into the more complex bits. You'll need to bring your laptop with git and node.js installed.Our focus is not just giving you information but giving you the hands-on experience to confidently apply your skills to build real Angular apps. Each topic will be applied in a lab to give you the chance to transfer the knowledge from your head to your hands.Instructor: Chris NelsonChris helped found Gaslight as a place for people to enjoy building amazing things together. Originally a violin performance major, he's been developing web applications for about 15 years, and he’s always looking for ways to make software development easier and more enjoyable. Chris has given workshops across the country in AngularJS and Ember.js and taught at Dev Bootcamp. He’s also given talks at RailsConf, RubyConf, BackboneConf, JavaOne, HTML5 Developer Conference, No Fluff Just Stuff and many others.https://teamgaslight.com/training/courses/18-mastering-angularjs
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  - Nathan

We are a small remote team who are building a realtime negotiation web application in a niche which is eager for this product.Our web application is 75% working but needs some real polishing on the frontend. We’re trying to demo to investors in about a month.Our code is organized, and our CSS is simple so far, but our prototype needs some: -- Visual sprucing up-- Simplification-- Help with the flows between screens -- A responsive design that will work on desktops and laptopsYou can check out what we’ve got, here:Prototype: raisal.meteor.comSome pieces: raisal.com/dash/I am the backend software engineer on the project, and I will work alongside you to help you get up to speed, and make sure the data is wrangled enough to be manageable ;).We’re hoping to start you out working 20 hours a week — we can move up to full time once we have pitched to investors.We’d be willing to consider paying on a fixed-price basis, too.Our Technology:— Javascript— Git— Mustache-like templates (with MeteorJS)— Stylus (a CSS preprocessor similar to Sass / SCSS)— Bootstrap 3Looking forward to hearing from you!http://www.authenticjobs.com/jobs/23377/designer-to-rework-plain-jane-ui-into-intuitive
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  - Ernie

Hi everyone,Kyler and Jose from the Front-End MeetUp group are looking to host a bunch of lightning speakers at their next MeetUp on 2/3 but they need your help; if you have a five to ten minute talks on anything related to web development or design, please sign up for the talks at the hackpad on this URL: http://www.meetup.com/Front-end-Developers-of-Miami/events/219616869/First time speaking? No worries; this is the perfect place to practice!
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  - jonathan

Hi .My name is Jonathan Bertner and I've been doing online web development courses but have reached a point where i feel i need a tutor. I'm willing to pay for someone to meet with me. I live in the Dadeland area and can meet at any local coffee shop...You can reach me at jbertner@me.com. (interests= html, css javascript, ruby)
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  - Dayhana

Hello! My name Dayhana and I am a web design student at AI Miami. I'm looking for an internship from January to March in order to graduate in March. I would like an internship where I could reinforce my skills as a web designer. Some of my skills are: HTML5, CSS, Javascript, Jquery mobile, Wordpress, and the Adobe Suit. I enjoy social media marketing and SEO. And I recently started working with bower.I'm also a fast learner and very motivated. Please contact me at dayhana.baldera@gmail.com and I'll email you my resume.Thank you,Dayhana