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How do you become a MODerator on here?

krmills1
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Where do you sign up to be a moderator on this site? Or are you just picked? I am interested in that job, or maybe just an editor!
krmills1 posted Mar 10, 2012
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VirginiaPeanuts

https://www.dealsplus.com/info/jobs

We're hiring!
dealsplus.com is a growing company, currently looking for exceptional people to fill the positions listed below. If you're interested in joining our team, please send your resume to: jobs@dealsplus.com
Operations Engineer

We're currently looking for a highly self-motivated, driven individual who is passionate about system administration, networking, and computer technology.

You will be a core member of our development team and help design, build, and maintain systems necessary to continue our rapid growth.

Requirements:

- Must have a bachelor degree or in the process of obtaining one (a degree in a Technology related field is a plus)
- Have strong Linux system administration skills
- Some understanding of networking hardware, software, and protocols
- Have strong trouble shooting skills and attention to detail
- Team player - ability to work cooperatively with the other engineers
- Hands-on. Completes task quickly and thoroughly

Extra Credit:

- Red Hat Certification
- Knowledge or experience with Chef (configuration management)
- Experience building fault tolerant, scalable systems
- Experience with VMware or KVM

Bonus Points:

- DBA skills
- Proficiency in Ruby, PHP, or Python
- Familiarity with Git or other version control system


Compensation: commensurate with experience
This is a full-time job.
Web Developer

We're currently looking for a highly self-motivated, driven individual who is passionate about programming and web development.

You will be a core member of our development team and help design, build, and maintain software necessary to continue our rapid growth.

Requirements:

- Must have a bachelor degree or in the process of obtaining one (a degree in a Technology related field is a plus)
- Have strong HTML, CSS, Javascript, and PHP skills
- Have strong OOP skills
- Some understanding of networking protocols
- Have strong trouble shooting skills and attention to detail
- Team player - ability to work cooperatively with the other engineers
- Hands-on. Completes task quickly and thoroughly

Extra Credit:

- Solid understanding of PHP 5.3.3+ OOP features
- Experience with developing high traffic web sites
- Familiarity with Git or other version control system


Compensation: commensurate with experience
This is a full-time job.

VirginiaPeanuts (rep: 12.3k) posted Mar 10, 2012

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VirginiaPeanuts

I would assume you can either apply or they would ask you. I don't know but they are currently hiring!

VirginiaPeanuts (rep: 12.3k) posted Mar 10, 2012

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gangstabarbie

I Have a BA in English. There goes my chance ..

gangstabarbie (rep: 20.3k) posted Mar 10, 2012

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arsiel

Lol @ gangstabarbie. I'm in the process of getting my BA in econ... nowhere near computer programming or anything like that :s

arsiel (rep: 13.1k) posted Mar 10, 2012

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erick99

I have two Master's in psychology so I could talk nicely to the computers but I can't program them :)

erick99 (rep: 405k) posted Mar 10, 2012

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MHT962

Pick Me!! I got an "A" on a BASIC Computer Program I wrote in highschool back in the 80's. That should count for something :-)

MHT962 (rep: 3.3k) posted Mar 11, 2012

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blackfoot

Lol@ erick99. I hope you don't make it a practice to talk to computers on a regular basis, but then again your psych degrees help, and you can analyze yourself.

blackfoot (rep: 898k) posted Mar 11, 2012

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steward

Very interesting answers! LOL

steward (rep: 757) posted Mar 11, 2012

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zoneric

I have a degree in Social Assistance. And I did almost all 3 years in Computer Science - had to drop out because I could not pay my tuition taxes :(. Does that count?

zoneric (rep: 55.6k) posted May 16, 2012

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krmills1

You probably have to move to Los Angeles from the pictures I saw at the DP Office it looks like there were palm trees outside the window.

krmills1 (rep: 14.3k) posted May 20, 2012

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