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Internship Details

About Internship:

Find My Bin is working on creation of a service for BIN-based bank card data authentication. Today we are looking for a good PHP developer (middle level) to join our team. With us you will get access to all the necessary resources for work and dynamic development.

Our program is designed for a long period, because we want to create a pool of people - PHP programmers. After all, at any time we may need to expand the team, or someone may leave. We hope at Lletsintern to find responsible and decent employees who will build our Find My Bin project together with us. The city listed here is Delhi, but we are located in Dallas. That doesn't stop us from working with programmers all over the world, because we offer remote employment.

Roles and Responsibilities:

Requirements:

- 1+ years of experience with PHP / MYSQL
- 1+ year of Laravel experience
- PHP 5/7, Composer
- Javascript
- AJAX, JSON, REST, APIs
- Git
- SOLID, KISS
- Good understanding of OOP
- Software Design Patterns
- Docker, Linux
- Jira, Slack

Experience is desirable:

- with telegram bots
- with acquiring systems
- work in finteh

Perks:

Offer:

- Working in a team of professionals on a stable, promising, high load project
- Comfortable office, Dallas (or remote)
- Paid vacation and sick leave
- Decent wages

No. of Positions

3

Application Deadline

Apply by: 8th Feb `23

Stipend

Rs. 1000-2000

About Company

Find My Bin provides a service of identifying bank card data by BIN.  The company was founded in 2016 by a group of young programmers and has been providing a great service to everyone for free ever since. We are constantly developing and improving it. We hope that we are doing something useful for everyone.

Have you ever wondered which bank this or that payment card belongs to? How can you identify a bank card, knowing only its number? Let's find out.

It won't be a secret that each bank card has its own number which frequently consists of 16 digits although there are variants with 13 and even 19 ones.

What does this mysterious number mean?


Let's start with the first digit which tells which payment system the card is affiliated with:

- 3 - American Express;
- 4 - VISA;
- 5 - MasterCard;


Next five figures define bank, status and card type:


- Classic;
- Gold;
- Platinum.

Then comes the personal number of the bank client, that is, the number of the card under which a particular account is registered.

But back to the topic of the article - how to determine the bank by the card number?


Determine whether a card belongs to a bank by its number

To figure out what bank the card was issued, we need to use the number BIN - Bank Identification Number. This number is the first 6 digits of the card number - the first one, which identifies the payment system, and the next five.

Careers

Our program is designed for a long period, because we want to create a pool of people - PHP programmers. After all, at any time we may need to expand the team, or someone may leave. We hope at Lletsintern to find responsible and decent employees who will build our Find My Bin project together with us. We have heard that in India, there are a lot of good programmers who would like to work for a foreign company. We hope the rumors are true.

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