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    i have completed mca with 77% and i have work experience in java/j2ee with 6 months...and i good at jsp,servlet,html,css and mysql...so can u refer for this job....
    thanks in advance...
    HI Balasuresh, there are no referral systems in our office. Do apply through hasjob.
    please keep in mind that our expectations are for advanced level of expertise, with expected work experience of at least 1 year, especially for the UI developer role
    / Came across your opening in hasjob and have applied for the same. We do use JS in server and client side but not as extensive as you are using. I would love to learn about what we have not been using and improvise my skills on what we have been already using in JavaScript. Hope you have received my resume. @moosicalbovine
    Hi @nigilan we received your resume. We are having a look at it now
    Checked your website
    A small suggestion
    UI developer should be renamed as UI designer and move CSS3 and HTML5 to Front end developer section
    Dont mix
    hey @ameer-khan thats a good suggestion
    In fact we had very many discussions in our office regarding this - we even hired a designer at one point of time who had no idea of html/css - most of his designs were not implementable
    this was one of the strong reason why @vasanth3838, our ui development lead believes html/css to be along with the adobe cs in a ui developer's armory
    @ameer-khan : @vasanth3838 himself started out as a graphic designer for idlebrain! ANd this approach has been sort of working for us till now - and we have a team of 3 such ui developers in our office now :) (we need to update our website)
    and as you pointed out frontend developer position does include html and we mentioned Less - a preprocessor instead of css there
    That's awesome. But off late I have observed that to meet design a lot of factors are being ignored, Like Browser re flow, caching, optimizing which starts from Html. I would say Html itself an engineering. Designer thinks aesthetic, but a developer thinks in all the verticals (backend). If a Frontend engineer can meet the design too that would be awesome and overall product which comes out will be super terrific. Because I feel frontend engineer should be someone who can steal thoughts from Designer mind and paint it on browser canvas with all his weapons
    I'm saying this is because Designer's job is very difficult. He/She has to think creative to design. If a front end guy can take care of painting part, Designer will have full time to concentrate on design.
    And ya Good design is good buisness :)
    Harsha Reddy
    Good evening Infratab, any openings for someone who is a fresh graduate?
    Hi @vinikatyal vini
    how can i help you
    Crescendo T
    manoj shukla
    Hi @infrtab
    Komal Gupta
    Hi @moosicalbovine , Any opening for Python/Django Developer?
    @gupta-komal hi
    unfortunately, we filled up our Python/Django openings in August. However we are planning on having another position available in January. I can ping you here as a reminder then
    chayan roy
    Hey do you guys have any sensor for food?