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6/7/2005 4:05 PM
 

We are looking for a few good men / women to help out as developers on the DotNetNuke Document open-source subproject. 

The commitment is simple… be a team player, listen and participate in the subproject team meetings, contribute ideas, take direction and feedback gracefully and above all be respectful of other team members and the community.

The requirements:

  • You are a sharp developer who understands DotNetNuke (you don’t have to understand everything about the app – it’s gotten very complex over the last year)
  • You understand how to develop using the DAL and other DotNetNuke best practices
  • You work well with teams.

We are looking specifically for:

  • An understanding of techniques to manage and list documents of different kinds.
  • An understanding of the Whidbey (ASP.NET 2.0) membership model.
  • Well rounded developers who are not afraid to dig in and get their hands dirty.
  • Enthusiasm - above all we need enthusiastic people!

If you are interested in giving back to the community and would like to apply for these team positions please email me at [email protected], with an introduction on why and how you can help out the Document Sub-Project.


Thanks for the interest!


/Bo Nørgaard ( www.dotnetnuke.dk )
 
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