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Ulitzer Is Looking to Hire the Best Enterprise Software Architect Alive!

It claims that by 2010, Ulitzer will publish three out of 10 books and replace Time Magazine

Ulitzer.com, which will be launched in 2008, with 5,500 authors and more than 550,000 original articles, is looking for enterprise software architects, programmers, and Web app developers. The site will offer original content in more than 2,000 topics ranging from AJAX to Zebra.

Ulitzer claims that by 2010, three out of 10 books on any subject will be published at Ulitzer.com, and Time Magazine, The New York Times, Scientific American, and the rest of today's magazines and journals will be replaced by Ulitzer in the next five years.

Ulitzer is looking for talent who will work on the conversion of its proprietary CMS to a new, open source, LAMP-based system. Ulitzer Website advertises that if you have one of the following qualification points in your resume, to apply for one of the open job positions. All applications will remain confidential.

- Are you the person who wrote most of the Facebook or MySpace code?

- Were you the main architect who converted Yahoo! code from a proprietary system to PHP?

- Is your Google badge number smaller than 100?

- Have you delivered a large-scale CMS on Drupal, Django or another popular open source platform?

- Do you agree that CMS would be more appropriately defined as "Community Management System"?

All applications can be directed to careers@ulitzer.com

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