Unix shell Jobs

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  • Hourly – 1 to 3 months – 10-30 hrs/week – Posted
    North American candidates only please. Looking for a Linux savvy dev with ability to hack on python, php, perl, and who can do css. There may be ongoing dev/ops work on this project, especially if you're willing to do a pager rotation once this launches (in exchange for a retainer). My client has a python/django application which is tightly integrated with a PHPBB install. We have most of the integration done, but there are some bugs to ...
  • Hourly – More than 6 months – 30+ hrs/week – Posted
    In order to better address the increasing demand from clients for assistance with migration to the Oracle billing platform, our partner company is growing their contact workforce. This contract position is best suited to candidates with demonstrated experience developing in Oracle BRM. Preferably 3-5 years at a minimum. Working primarily on data migration to the Oracle billing platform, the successful applicant will possess strong skills for analysis and development and must possess strong expertise in client needs analysis, coding, installation ...
  • Hourly – More than 6 months – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    Technical Lead - Global Wireless company seeks technical professional with experience supporting, developing or maintaining software. Understands Databases, SQL commands, Linux/Unix terminal commands. Bilingual oral and written (English and Spanish) Send Resume to econzwireless@yahoo.com
  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $500.00 Posted
    In Windows the command line -emulatestereo applied to a video game forces output to conform to a 3d format called side-by-side. Two virtual cameras are setup, the left eye camera and right eye camera produce two full rasters (in my case 1080p), each of which is squeezed to half the horizontal resolution (like anamorphic), these two 860x1080 rasters then placed side-by-side (SBS), as the name implies. 3D capable TVs and projectors recognize this standard to deliver separate L and R ...