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Application Developer

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Description: The position of HTML/Flash Developer is responsible for:

  • Coding HTML and CSS 

  • Ability to answer HTML and web-related issues.

  • Estimate production time of projects and communicate them to the Production Team

  • Understand technical requirements of each project and convey them to the Production Team.

  • Prepare weekly status reports

Required skills include 2+ years of HTML/DHTML/JavaScript industry experience, HTML/DHTML/JavaScript/CSS programming with cross-browser, cross-platform experience, hand coding HTML and CSS from scratch.  Desirable skills include Macromedia Flash and ActionScript 1.0 (2.0 a plus) along with proficiency with cross-browser/platform performance.

The ideal candidate will be a team player with the:

  • Ability to work effectively with designers, product managers, programmers and QA team.

  • Ability to work with minimal supervision on projects.

  • Ability to work in an extremely organized manner with high attention to detail.

  • Able to multi-task in a dynamic environment while ensure consistent, on time delivery.

  • Ability to take direction, or to work without it, depending on circumstance

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Unquestionable ethical standards.

  • Ability to deliver results on time.

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  1. Tell me about your work experience at your previous company.
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  2. What are your work habits?

  3. What software do you use to build websites?

  4. Give me an example of a project that you built using JavaScript. 

Follow-up:  What kind of functionality did you create?

  1. How do you manage customers?

  2. On a scale of 1 to 10 rate your proficiency in: CSS, JavaScript, PhotoShop, Illustrator, Flash, ActionScript, HTML, DHTML.

  3. Have you ever used more than one external style sheet and if so, how did you use it?

  4. What type of design skills do you have? 

  5. How have you used ActionScript in your Flash development? To what length?

  6. Why did you leave your last company?

  7. Do you work better independently or with others?

  8. What do you do if you are behind schedule on a project?

  9. How did you manage your time (across projects) at your last company?

  10. Give me an example of how you have planned projects from start to finish. What is your development lifecycle?

  11. How did you work with other groups on a project (liaisons, other customers).

  12. Do you have anything else to add?
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