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Senior Software Engineer - PHP - Node.js

Slashdot Media

San Diego, CA | Posted: 1 year ago

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Location: Downtown San Diego

We are seeking a Senior PHP backend Engineer to become an integral part of our team! You will develop and code for various projects in order to advance software solutions.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Work with other developers to generate consensus in implementation of code
  • Maintain security of code
  • Review coworkers' code for improvements and feedback
  • Assist with DevOps regarding any systems troubleshooting as it relates to deployed code


  • Previous experience in programming, software development, or other related fields using PHP, Node.js and Javascript
  • Familiarity with React or Angular Javascript frameworks
  • Experience with Symfony or Laravel frameworks
  • Experience with MongoDB or Elasticsearch
  • Familiarity with relational databases such as MySQL, Oracle, and SQL Server

Bonus Skills

  • Prior work with Nginx, Apache, PHP-FPM, and any other applications management work
  • Experience with encryption of large amounts of data
  • Any front-end design experience with CSS or writing custom SVG animations
  • Prior work with charting libraries such as D3, Highcharts, Chartjs, or similar.

About BIZX, LLC / Slashdot Media /

BIZX including its SlashDot Media division is a global leader in on-line professional technology communities such as serving over 40M website viewers and serving over 150M page views each month to an enthusiastic and engaged audience of IT professionals, decision makers, developers and enthusiasts around the world. Our Passport demand generation platform leverages our huge B2B database and is considered best in class by our list of Fortune 1000 customers. Our impressive growth in the demand generation space is fueled through our use of AI, big data technologies, sophisticated systems automation - and great people.  

Location - 101 W Broadway, San Diego, CA

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