god damn, im c++ programmer.....would be rly cool...."reading java for dummies" xDDactually kailhun is right in some way, to love this job u gotta love wow, so u have to farm couple hours a day....this doent stack with remotely working at all....I say this job is better to be suggested in other publik forums, cuz it rly needs to be seriously and dedicatedly done, there are not that much exp programmers in here to forget farm cuz of job. God, i would love to do it, so shame dont know scripts...
I shoulda finished the cours I dropped :<Would've made me a perfect person to work for ya :(*sob*
sry for a little offtophttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XHTML scroll a bit to relationship with html xD enjoya!
god damn, im c++ programmer.....Us c++ programmers get no love.
always wondered - what is the difference between HTML and XHTML. :/HTML is an SGML based language, whereas XHTML is an XML realization of HTML. This means that XHTML is a good deal stricter when it comes to closing elements, if nothing else. You need to lowercase everything as well; no <BR>s and such (<br> even, is not allowed in XHTML).There are other differences, but those are the big ones. If you can write HTML in lowercase and are able to close your elements, then you can write XHTML. Good job!
Heh, I know HTML and some Java but I'm of course nowhere near qualified, as much as I'd love to work on the team. :P
elbrian, feel free to discuss those details with Malgayne and the rest. I am sure there are reasons not to post details here.
However, I won't be applying because of the lack of salary and labor (work hours, mainly) details.Becoming a great developer takes a lot of time and commitment. I know from personal experience to stay away from companies who expect top-level developers without providing any hint of how they can compensate you for your effort.Basically, what I'm trying to say is that with the job descriptions you've posted, you shouldn't expect to find quality developers.Then you of all people should know then exactly how few companies do list that sort of information in their job postings. A quick search of available programming/compute-related jobs at some online giants (such as Google, Digg, Blizzard, etc.) all reveal that none of this information is provided in the initial posting. You make it sound like the company is trying to rip people off or something for following what seems to be a pretty standard procedure (and by keeping salary information private among employees, something else most companies do). :P
I would Love to volunteer for Wowhead.... Not as a developer, but as a Volunteer if you know what I mean.....Editor, blogger, moderator? Shoot an email to email@example.com and explain in greater detail what you can and are willing to do. You can also send me an email, I like playing favorites talking to people I kind of know from the forums.Lawl.Must...resist...requesting..moderator position.
Salary is private information, between you and your employer. You are welcome to submit your application and discuss benefits with our HR person if and when you are asked for an interview. If its not to your liking, you can turn down the offer, but I think you're putting cart before the horse.EDIT: lol I fail at cliches.
For the record, it was this type of posting that I responded to to get hired 2.5 years ago :o
We're more than happy to clarify the job posting wherever possible. To be honest, we're leaning toward a full-time position, but if we found two really awesome part-time candidates, we wouldn't rule them out right away. There are several factors that will go into how we actually fill this position.As for the questions about salary, come on people. I know some of you probably aren't experienced with companies that hire salaried employees, but if you aren't working hourly, don't expect salary to enter the conversation as part of the job posting, and don't expect to know what your co-workers make, either. This isn't some ruse; it's how companies hire and employ salaried employees. There are a lot of factors that affect what salary you might earn. ;)
so xhtml is simply stricter html, with xml stuff huh? </ br>yeah... </ br>I think I will go and learn web coding now...Good luck WoWhead with finding people who will take this job ;)
Damn... I quality for everything, but they both have "Fluency in English" which I think I am not, or am I? >.>
I know from personal experience to stay away from companies who expect top-level developers without providing any hint of how they can compensate you for your effort.If the salary isn't brought up during the interview, there's a "hint" on the contract called "compensation." If you don't like it, you don't sign it.
Sent in my resume and such last night. :)Best of luck to everyone.
I wrote Quick Armory and troll browse the Site Feedback forum like it's my job. Should I bother to apply? ;)Only if you still maintain quickarmory, or make it part of wowhead. <3