New Member
Apr 17, 2015
about you
You love beautiful code and know that the proper indentation is a tab and not a bunch of spaces. Anything else is just a waste of space. As a result, you can't wait to roll that out as a site-wide update - and let us know about the bandwidth saved.

You embrace a good challenge and work pixel-perfect. Always.

You're a great reader: you follow instructions carefully, especially if your dream job could depend on it. *hint*

what you'll love
You get to do what you're great at, for a company you'll come to adore. There are women in our office.
Our office comes with free internet and aircon, plus some available space in the fridge for your RedBull.

Negotiable, based on skills and experience.

responsibilities include:
  • Developing front-end and back-end web pages and functionality.
  • Converting designs into HTML for both desktop, mobile and email.
  • Working with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and MySQL.
  • Testing code for cross-browser and client compatibility.
  • You'll be collaborating with other developers and designers, as well as non-technical staff.
  • Occasionally, it may be expected to tell jokes to colleagues.
  • We suggest keeping it PG while you get to know your colleagues
  • 2 + years of experience in web development
  • Knowledge of and competency in HTML, CSS and JavaScript (jQuery)
  • Knowledge of and competency in responsive web design
  • Knowledge of and competency in PHP and MySQL
  • Experience with Adobe Photoshop
  • Experience with MVC systems would be beneficial
  • Experience with revision control would be beneficial
  • A strong understanding of web standards
  • A strong understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues
  • The ability to work within a team
  • Good communication skills and interpersonal skills
what's next?
Get started with the application process by going to
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Expert Member
Jul 20, 2010
We've set up a little challenge to allow only the right people to apply. We're quite keen to see how many make it.
Very cool challenge. Not quite my field, but was interested in what you had set regardless - plus it was a good distraction from the usual day-to-day.
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Active Member
Aug 27, 2004
The puzzle is a fun little diversion.

I'm assuming that the spaces should be removed from the final answer?

Spoilers anyone? ;-)


Well-Known Member
Jun 12, 2011
Not the most intense.. feels like ethical hacking tuts

Dont think its meant to be intense...Its a decent way to pre seed certain people with the right criteria. It is after all a "junior" position with 2 years experience.


Executive Member
Feb 10, 2006
Lol at the ad.

I agree re tabs vs spaces (yuck) but with minification it shouldn't save any bandwidth