Experienced Python Web Bot Programmer Required (Freelance)

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Experienced Python Web Bot Programmer Required (Freelance)

Postby gbarn » Tue Apr 30, 2013 7:46 am

Hi All,

We are an Internet Marketing company looking for a freelance python programmer who has experience creating multithreaded web bots.
The work would be on a freelance basis paid at your hourly rate.

If you have experience in the field then please PM me your skype/e-mail and we can discuss.

We're based in London, UK but are happy to take on anyone from anywhere as long as they're up to the job!

Thanks in advance.

Greg
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Re: Experienced Python Web Bot Programmer Required (Freelanc

Postby gbarn » Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:48 am

A little more info:

You will be working on a freelance basis for a London based Internet Marketing company who deal with Social Media, SEO & Web Development.

The ideal candidate should have an in depth knowledge in Python Programming and more specifically, web bots which can interact with certain websites/platforms/CMS. Think along the lines of account creators, status posters, retweet bots etc.
Ideally, you should have knowledge and experience of multithreading, Captcha APIs & multi-CPU/core utilisation.

As this will be a home based position you must be focused, hard-working and able to work and troubleshoot independently.

Key Responsibilities:
• Programme web bots accurately to specifications
• Adjust web bots
• Program using Python (or recommend anything better for particular jobs!)

Nice to Have:
• Programming experience
• Some knowledge of Internet Marketing/SEO
If you feel like you are a good match for this position then please send an e-mail to jobs@hungryinternetmarketing.com explaining why you are our ideal candidate. Include your CV (if you have one), skype info and contact number.
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