[Seaside] Gemstone / Smalltalk Developer
garduino at gmail.com
Fri Jun 27 01:07:33 UTC 2008
First, let me thanks you by your effort to focus in only one place the
smalltalk jobs possibilities.
About http://smalltalkjobs.dabbledb.com I think in at least two thing
that should exist to be more useful:
1. The possibility of mark / search jobs as "Telecommute" (a real
possibility in our current connected world) as http://jobs.perl.org/
2. By example in "jobs by date" or in "all open positiones" ever
appear first the oldest dates and I not found how to change it (Seems
that isn't possible to order by columns).
2008/6/26 Randal L. Schwartz <merlyn at stonehenge.com>:
>>>>>> "Rajeev" == Rajeev Lochan <lochan94 at gmail.com> writes:
> Rajeev> http://www.goodstart.com/jobs.shtml
> Rajeev> Its also a good place for SmallTalk related Jobs, though some junk/spam
> Rajeev> postings have crept in somehow recently.
> First, it's not SmallTalk.
> Second, it's been *very* helpful to the Perl community to get precisely one
> place for all serious jobs in precisely one place: jobs.perl.org. Because
> then all the smart people look there, and all the clueful employers post
> there, and it's also free. And the stats at http://jobs.perl.org/about/stats
> show that Perl is far from dead.
> I'm trying to do the same thing for Smalltalk. Please support me in that.
> Don't point at other places. Get *them* to post at
> http://smalltalkjobs.dabbledb.com. It will be good for all of us overall.
> The DabbleDB interface has many RSS feeds for particular areas, and can
> be pulled out and searched in detail. It's also all in Smalltalk,
> which is a good demo.
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