Mozilla Looking For A ColdFusion Developer

I usually only post these once a week, on Friday’s. But this ColdFusion opportunity at an organization we all love so dearly, well, it’s too good to wait, so …
Mozilla (home of Firefox and Thunderbird) is looking for a freelance ColdFusion developer who can design, develop, and deploy a set of web applications (including existing
ColdFusion applications) to help visualize information from internal and external data sources. This will involve participation at all phases of development, including data model design, application architecture, user interface and user experience design, development, test, and final deployment of the solution. This is a contracting opportunity with a project duration of approximately 3 to 6 months. Please forward a cover letter and resume to

3 responses to “Mozilla Looking For A ColdFusion Developer”

  1. Jake Munson Avatar
    Jake Munson

    Man, if that wasn’t a contract job, I’d finally have a good excuse to move to California. What could be better than coding ColdFusion for Mozilla?!

  2. Craig Gibbs Avatar
    Craig Gibbs

    I wonder why they don’t use XUL to do visualization type work.

  3. Jeremy Rottman Avatar
    Jeremy Rottman

    Very cool. I am glad to see my favorite open source community take interest in coldfusion.

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