[Seaside] Gemstone / Smalltalk Developer
tblanchard at mac.com
Tue Jul 1 17:02:44 UTC 2008
RSS, is just another distraction mostly. I don't use it.
Seriously, the Smalltalk market is so small that you can pretty much
find all available ops in the US by watching vwnc, squeak, and getting
onto Precision's mailing list. I'm not really seeing a reason to
The problem with websites is they tend to accumulate a lot of out of
date listings and nobody cleans them up.
Experienced Smalltalk developer Smalltalk Sacramento, CA Contract
Name your price Robert Half Technology groups.google.com From the
posting on comp.lang.smalltalk: “...Name your price, but they
are looking for a senior level if not "expert" on smalltalk. They have
programmers that are working with it now and are familiar, but they
would like to have a very senior level person on staff. ...” 1/12/07
JTS. 8 February 2007
Is this really still open? February 2007? As time goes on these will
accumulate like cruft and the resource gets less good. I mean, try
searching Monster or Dice for Smalltalk gigs - a lot of listings that
are ancient pop up.
I prefer to see the fresh listings on the mailing list as they are
posted. I have a much higher success rate that way. The same is true
for scoring Cocoa jobs BTW. I've scooped several decent gigs off the
Cocoa developers list, but never connected on one that I found through
conventional job postings.
On Jun 29, 2008, at 5:09 PM, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
>>>>>> "Todd" == Todd Blanchard <tblanchard at mac.com> writes:
> Todd> Not instead of please - I don't watch websites - too hard to
> track what
> Todd> is new, I do watch email lists.
> So you aren't subscribing to anything via RSS either? There are RSS
> feeds on this site, including some very specialized entries.
> I mean, if you're not even watching RSS, you make my old-school
> biases look
> like I'm a web 2.0 baby. :)
> Randal L. Schwartz - Stonehenge Consulting Services, Inc. - +1 503
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