The amazing adventures of Doug Hughes

I actually posted this job yesterday, but for some reason it didn’t make it out over the blog aggregators so I’m reposting it today.

Right now Alagad has a need for a talented ColdFusion developer. We’re currently working on two projects for two different clients. Both of these clients need more resources to finish their respective projects.

The first project is for a major corporation with a recognizable name. We’re helping them rebuild their entire product management system. We’re making heavy use of Model-Glue, ColdSpring, MXUnit, Validat and other frameworks. This system is absolutely mission critical to our client. The client recently had one of their team members leave for another job in their company and has asked Alagad to provide a replacement from our team. This project is slated to last through the end of December, or possibly mid January. We need someone who can put in at least 40 hours per week on this project.

The other project makes use of Model-Glue, ColdSpring and Transfer. This project has about four weeks of work left on it. We’re simply trying to finish up the last few details to get this completed. We might not actually put you on this project, but if we do, we’d like you to provide up to an additional 20 hours per week.

So, ultimately, we’re looking for a guru who’s between gigs and wants to put in 50 to 60 hours a week to help Alagad wrap up the rest of the year.

Beyond that, there’s a chance of full time employment with Alagad at the end of this contract, depending on our workload.

Please send an email to Doug Hughes at to let me know if you’re interested.

Comments on: "Alagad Needs a Good Contractor" (4)

  1. Doug Hughes said:

    As an additional note, this is a telecommute position and I’m looking for someone in the US.


  2. Doug Hughes said:

    I’ve had a couple people ask about Canadian contractors. I’m open to talking to people in Canada too. The only problem is that even if I contract a Canadian, if we get on really well and you want to come work as an employee with Alagad, I can’t hire you because the technicalities of it make it impractical. So that’s the only reason I say I’d prefer to work with someone in the US.


  3. Leigh Gibson said:

    Are you still looking for a contractor?
    We are in Texas.


  4. Doug Hughes said:

    We’re all set at this point, thanks!


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