[VPM] Fwd: Perl programmer needed for small project
Peter at PSDT.com
Tue Jan 6 15:07:27 CST 2004
The following just came in. I am making the executive decision that
this list permits job opportunity postings until such time as the
volume thereof becomes intolerable :-) Remember that your response may
be perceived as reflecting to some small degree upon the nascent
reputation of our group.
>Found your name/organization listed at the Perl Mongers website. I
>understand that you head a Victoria user group.
>I have a small project that needs a Perl programmer.
>It involves a modification to an eCommerce Classified CGI script which
>currently contains a (data entry and) search box of "Price", that is,
>a price field setup to enter numeric data and to be searched
>numerically. Values are entered in the data entry box by one user and
>a different user would search (using search boxes, ie price between
>value in box 1 and value in box 2) for companies matching the numeric
>parameter. This needs to be changed to a (data entry and) search box
>of "Island/Country" which obviously would not be numeric or searched
>numerically. One user would enter an Island/Country preferably
>through a dropdown list, and a different user would search (using a
>dropdown list) for companies using a selection from the Island/Country
>list along with another field that is already built into the eCommerce
>Classified CGI script, which is a Category and Subcategory dropdown
>list. So I need someone to be fairly proficient at Perl to modify
>this. Such a person from the Victoria or Vancouver area might be
>called on to do other work for my website in the future as well but
>the modification to the eCommerce Classified CGI script needs to be
>done as soon as possible.
>Can you recommend anyone or post this request so that Perl programmers
>in your user group could contact me. They can email Michael,
><mailto:homeair at telus.net>homeair at telus.net.
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