phpList is the world's leading Open Source email newsletter and marketing solution, used in 97 countries by 30,000 customers. Email marketing is an extremely competitive field: we combine 15 years of experience with the most powerful Open Source components and a European base of operations. We're on a mission to make marketing open and transparent: our products are shared with the community under copyleft licenses.
Processing and monitoring millions of messages per-client, per-day requires stable, high-performance code, with sophisticated monitoring. Exposing a wealth of complex data digestibly to users is a challenge for data structure, caching, and presentation. phpList manages information that can make or break organisations, including confidential contacts and announcements — security is paramount.
Jobs at phpList expose Open Source professionals to all these challenges and more within a supportive environment designed to grow skills and engagement.
Software made and used at phpList is Open Source. We invest in Open communities and reap the benefits. Since the first release 17 years ago, independent experts have contributed code and inspiration giving phpList a competitive advantage. All phpList team members are community members also.
Location: Remote, applicants should be located in Europe, preferably in the CET timezone
phpList 3 composes, sends, and tracks millions of emails every day. phpList 4 is the successor to phpList 3, and already provides API-based management of core phpList functionality. Webbler is the billing and account management system which automates phpList Hosted account management. As PHP developer you will work on all three of these systems, devising new features, improvong performance, and planning the future architecture of these systems and the relationships between them.
phpList 4 uses a unit tested, object-oriented, Symfony-based codebase, and you will require experience in these technologies to work effectively with the community to bring this product to production. You will extend the existing REST API to add a range of stress-tested calls, and improve the performance of phpList message processing by choosing database technologies and schemas which scale into the future. During this work you will interact with and contribute to Open Source projects which relate to the technologies involved.
Note: No recruiters please.
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