[Seaside] Gemstone / Smalltalk Developer

Marcin Tustin mm3 at zepler.net
Tue Jul 1 17:36:18 UTC 2008

What about people who join the mailing list a day too late? They'd have to
search the archive, which would...turn up a lot of out-of-date postings,
except without the same quality of metadata, and quite possibly a bunch of
entirely irrelevant postings.

On 7/1/08, Todd Blanchard <tblanchard at mac.com> wrote:
> 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 change that.
> The problem with websites is they tend to accumulate a lot of out of date
> listings and nobody cleans them up.
> Experienced Smalltalk developerSmalltalkSacramento, CA<http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Sacramento%2C%20CA>
> ContractName your priceRobert Half Technologygroups.google.com<http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.smalltalk/browse_thread/thread/c7c23cb910608fe0/da996a72264003ee#da996a72264003ee>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. :)
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