ColdFusion Muse

Do I Sound Like a Brokent MP3 player? Time to Hire Again!

My brother Bill tells the following story. His oldest son at the age of 6 or 7 was harassing him about something the way children do. It might be a toy or a snack or an instance that you switch off of PBS and go back to Nickelodeon. Whatever the case he was going on an on - persisting in his request until finally, having had enough, Bill said, "Wriley, be quiet! You sound like a broken record."

This stopped my nephew who looked thoughtful for a moment and then asked, "Dad, what's a broken record?" He had never heard the skippity scratchy sound of a defective vinyl disk except perhaps on the radio as DJ flippity flunk manipulated a turn table.

Well at the risk of sounding like a broken record (not to mention using a deprecated metaphor), it's time to hire again. That's right - the Muse is recruiting high quality developers to add to his superior staff. You get to work with me every day (even if you don't want to) and put up with puns and groaners - as well as hyperbolic praise from time to time. At this time we are looking for straight up senior ColdFusion developers with the usual spate of ancillary skills (DB, jQuery, bootstrap, ajax, angular etc). If you think you fit the bill and are ready for the challenge send your resume to jobs@cfwebtools.com. We will be thrilled to speak with you and to get to know you whether we hire you or not. :) This is full time telecommuting (U.S. States only). Because I lack the energy to once again list all the benefits and nuances of working with CFWT I will refer you back to my previous post from a couple months ago (when we hired 4 new folks). I look forward to hearing from you ColdFusion folks and making new friends and colleagues.

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