I’m looking to hire a BBj developer in the Omaha, NE area. Why would a reader of an Excel blog care? I’m glad you asked.
BBj used to be called BBx. And that was formerly known as Business Basic. If you’re a decent VBA or VB6.0 programmer, BBj will look pretty familiar to you. I’ve been coding in it for that last couple of months and, other than the constant trips to the documentation for syntax help, it’s going pretty well. The official IDE is Eclipse with a plugin, but we’ll be switching to UltraEdit very soon.
Here’s the basics
What you’ll do:
- Fix bugs reported by users
- Add new features, both large and small, as business needs dictate
- Enhance existing features for stability and usability
- Monitor system health and correct issues timely
- Bachelors degree and three years of software development experience or
- Equivalent software development experience
- Experience programming in BBj, BBx, or Business Basic
- Experience programming in Visual Basic 6 or VBA
- Experience in the travel center, c-store, or wholesale fuel industries
- Experience with Subversion, UltraEdit, and iTop
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like more information.