For those who don’t know, OmniTI is looking for a PHP Developer. I applied for the position a few days ago, then got an email for an interview. I had no intentions in looking for another job yet but I was struck by their job posting.
What You Give:
* PHP Expertise. You know PHP. Period. (You don’t have to be a rock star, but you need to be good.)
* Web Expertise. You’re pretty comfortable with all of the technologies people use to build web sites these days.
* Passion. We love what we do, and we love to have fun while doing it. If this sounds like you, you’ll fit right in.
Those lines alone makes we wanna drool over their working environment – I especially love being around with people who are better than me because I feel that I have so much to learn. I have always loved working with PHP. If it’s passion they are looking for, then I certainly have that. But what I don’t have is a US Visa Tonight was supposed to be it (the interview), but it was canceled because OmniTI is looking for someone who is already eligible to work in the US
Still my hopes in working abroad and working on something really cool is still burning like the eternal flames of hell (hehe) — it’s just that those flames are being cooled down a bit by the not having a US Visa.
The bright side though is that I now know that I am already qualified (at least) to start applying for something else better than what I do right now — which really makes me happy.
This is the perfect opportunity for me to continue developing my “big idea” because tonight I also got confirmation that we found a small room for me and my friends for a “Dev House”. We are working on something really cool and hopefully will be used by people (ahem thousands of them) — no it’s not a clone of Friendster or Facebook it’s something simpler and we will be releasing Beta sometime before August within this year.