August TM Jobs post

September 6, 2009

August TM Jobs

1. Interested in working with ADB as a Multimedia Officer?

http://www.adb.org/Employment/Local/ss09-211-der.asp

2. Dine Asia Guide Magazine is looking for a layout artist for print and web developer at the same time, should be willing to start as soon as possible. They can send their resumes to klarisse_16_18@yahoo.com

3.  Looking for Companies/Offices/ Agencies to field our BS Information Technology Graduating Class. We have 70 of them by November. Most likely 540 hours of OJT hours are required in the field (with or without renumeration) .

Our students are equipped with knowledge and skills in Networking, PC Troubleshooting, DBMS, SAD, Web Design…etc

posted by:
Christopher V. Valera
Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State Universiy
Mid La Union Campus
City of San Fernando

Tel: 888-31-91 and 242-48-49

4. Listed below are the requirements for PHP Developer:

Requirements:
Must be a HIGHLY SKILLED PHP 5 / MySQL 5 web developer.
At least 3 years experience in PHP/MySQL development.
PHP-based MVC framework (Joomla, CakePhp or Code Igniter) working experience is required.
Javascript and Ajax(jquery, or prototype) experience is also required.
Must have strong understanding of Agile development practices and Scrum methodology.
Exposure in E-commerce, Marketing, Social Networking, and Game Development Experience is preferred.
Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor’s/College Degree in Engineering (Computer/Telecommunication) , Computer Science/Information Technology or equivalent.
Can travel to Malaysia (2-4 weeks).
Excellent verbal and written English skills.
Applicants should be Filipino citizens or hold relevant residence status.
Applicants must be willing to work in Makati City (CBD).
Full-Time positions available. This is a day job.

5. Our company is in need of WEB and Graphic artist that is very efficient in Corel Draw, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Flash macromedia, web design, html, Dreamwaever or similar.

Please send resume with picture to our office via hr@pinnacleasia.com.

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Abet’s 24/7 view

February 10, 2009

24 x 7 operations has been a trend since the boom of the call center industry. But in the food and beverage industry, Kowloon (siopao and siomai) has been one of the pioneers of operating round the clock.  My friend Abet (and his wife Lei) acquired a franchise about 2 years ago. With the franchise business model and some operational tweaking, the couple was able to cope with the startup challenge.

The location of the store and it’s operation timeframe was one of their challenge, without either of their presence.  Although the usual phone call normally solves any in-store issue, the couple is finding it hard to manage what they can’t see.  Lei is a natural internet surfer, after a short discussion about using the available technologies — it’s quite obvious that the solution was installing an IP web camera.

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After more than a month in replacing their PLDT account with Globe’s bundled voice and DSL service,  I helped Abet configured their 24/7 view of their store.  We used the service of www.dyndns.org that provided the url for the web cam service. Globe’s router (aztech) needs to be configured to forward the http request to the ip based camera, an encore product which can be bought off-the-shelf.

The router comes with a dyndns client that is supposed to register the ip address to dyndns.org whenever it changes. So far the setup is reliable it’s been working for a week now. PLDT has it’s own service that they offer to SME’s. But with a little tech review it is as simple as setting up a printer to your PC.  The free dynamic DNS services offered by the likes of dyndns.org surely makes the internet a useful utility.

More information about the setup: www.blutopic.com

GO get your name.

December 4, 2008

No, not that you need to be born-again and register your name. I’m talking about getting your own domain name. Have a business, for personal use or even for your pets, having your own brand  in the internet provides the easiest channel to promote your intent. Imagine how many Jose or Maria, John or Mary names are registered in your community. There are no laws in these duplicates, but of course maintaining a good reputation is another story. But in the world wide web, there can only be a single owner of a unique name similar to owning a business name.

Most if not all large enterprises have registered their company name, tradename or brand name to leverage the internet’s full potential. Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are catching up and with the prolifiration of blogging personal domains are also becoming popular. .com, .edu, .net, .org, .country code were the most popular extensions until the database was not enough that new groups were introduced such as .mobi, .tv and .me. The demand has been so huge that you can acquire your own domain for $9.99 for a year. Domain service providers includes the internet bigwigs such as yahoo, google and msn and of course local providers within your community, city, country are also available, you can google domain name and your county.

Owning your brand in the internet and having a web presence may not be your priority but registering your domain name has all the advantages and i recommend you get it as soon as possible. You may park it for the meantime while you are thinkering on what to do about it. Or even profit from it, if you’re not interested and somebody would like to buy it from you. For SMEs, it does not differ from the same intent large corporations on the competetive advantage you may create from this platform. For personal use, the simplest publication of your profession or specialization (online CV) offers a wide range of opportunities.

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This is a part of a series on ‘How to leverage the Web’