PHP Developer, 3 to 4 years, product development – Adipt Software, Bangalore

Posted on November 16, 2006. Filed under: Bangalore, MySQL, PHP |

Adipt Software is looking for a PHP Developer for “product development”.

Product Development opportunity using PHP, MySQL and related technologies

PHP Developer
3 to 4 years of experience

PHP5, MySQL, symfony/PHP frameworks, Ajax, CSS, Java Script.
Hands on Object oriented programming concepts and practices
Product Development Experience
Quick learner

Excellent opportunity to design, develop innovative Products.
Very challenging role and very satisfying experience.
New Product deisgn using UML and OOP concepts
Product Development Life cycle.


Adipt Software, a product development company having offices in UK, USA and Bangalore, India. Adipt is a product development company and building innovative products from Bangalore. Adipt also provides wide range of product development services covering Application Architecture and Development, Prototyping,Product Engineering Solutions and others. Adipt has strong technical skill set in Adipt, and our corporate culture has been “customer focus” and “product mindset” so to let our customer achieve best value from Adipt.

Adipt’s founders have designed and developed industry recognized products in their own career and the company is structured as a pure technology oriented company. Therefore we at Adipt offers plenty of growth prospects, challenging role to our associates and work like a team.

For more information on Adipt, please visit

If you are interested, kindly send your CV to, mention “” in your mail subject lines.

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