Re: [decentralization] new job...
- At 04:53 AM 4/25/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>Job openings...I am perfect but not careful. So sad. Nonetheless I will do my best.
>A job posting has been posted below, please follow instructions
>carefully while responding.
>Distributed Computing developer (1 Project lead and 4 developers) -No doubt it would also be useful to be expert in Cobol, PALASM,
>CODE : DIST-USA
># Experience in Java and/or Linux (c, c++), XML, and research in
>distributed computing and/or clustering
Forth, Perl, Eiffel, and BeYond, DuFour and Y2K.
Not to mention, NooWah, DooWah, YooWah and Effortless.
>* Desirable technical scope: interest in research and development inHard core work on refrigerators for RVs using 4 bit microcontrollers
>the area of consumer applications as well as enabling technologies and
>middleware for embedded systems and networked appliances, such as
>Jini, UPnP, MHP, OSGI and HAVI
is especially relevant, but only if implemented with Xilinx chips using
the Lingua Rvia.
as well as NoYet, HasBeen and YABI, DABI, and SABI
not to mention .Not and CouldBe.
Extra points will be given for strong Farsi skiils.
Still more for candidates who speak Pampangan,
>* Experience in indexing, parsing, scripting and porting javaAlso a plus is detailed knowledge of the machine codes associated
>applications is a plus.
with an IBM 360 as represented in SymBol or BeYond.
YACC, Bison, various versions of BuuuFaLOw are even more useful.
Not to forget SNOBOL. GOOFBOL and CRUDBOL.
And SHappens and NoFear, and especially NoFarts.
>* Knowledge of industry standards in programming and development ofPlease acknowledge detailed experience with RFC 1149
>applications on the same basis is greatly desired.
>* Other pluses include knowledge in database systems, distributedStill more relevant is HRFlow and PUBICmov, as well as relational
>system design and integration, ERD and UML modeling as well as
>familiarity of application workflow technologies and concepts.
attributional deuteronomy in heavily contextual genisal flows.
Extra credit will be given to candidates who demonstrate heavily
evolved genetic algorithms as well as work with LINDA and RAM.
>* General knowledge regarding Intel StrongARM or XScale processors;The abiltiy to trace these architectures back to their origins
>Linux wireless (802.11) drivers; and MIPS also a plus.
in the 4004 and prove their evolution via simplex algorthms al a
Knuth is however essential.
DUPS is far more relevant than MIPS so knowledge of the DUPS
environment will count for extra points.
>* Linux kernel development experience is also a plus.Especially important is the work on micro kernels based on LInux.
>* Java developers with experience in clustering and distributedBut only when that experience has been based on P2P JVMs.
>computing are strongly encouraged to apply.
>Freshers as well as professionals are encouraged to apply. Send yourOr to nulldev@...
>resumes in Microsoft Word Document format to cirecruit@...
>Please name the files appripriately ( e.g. lastname_fullname_resume.doc )Or fool_foolmeonce.sloc
>A response will be sent within 3 weeks.Or at the next mating of the giant tortoises of the Galapagos Islands.
- Bob La Quey wrote:
>Hot damn, finally a job that can utilize my unique skill set
> No doubt it would also be useful to be expert in Cobol, PALASM,
> Forth, Perl, Eiffel, and BeYond, DuFour and Y2K.
> Extra points will be given for strong Farsi skiils.
> Still more for candidates who speak Pampangan,
> Wah! Mnyamin.
to reify my self empowered abilities...