Fwd: [TERRYTECHjobs] LIVINGSTON, NJ IBM VISUAL AGE SMALLTALK
DEVELOPERS - WHERE ARE YOU?
Peter van Rooijen
peter at vanrooijen.com
Fri May 21 11:22:56 UTC 2004
Eric Goebelbecker wrote:
> I've seen this posting a few times. Figured I'd forward it to the list.
>> IBM VISUAL AGE SMALLTALK DEVELOPERS - WHERE ARE YOU?
>> Contract -$40/50 per hour and/or convert to perm at $80-$100K annual-
Question: what kind of people are actually considering working for such
rates? How much experience do they have?
I know several people (including myself) who can do most any VisualAge
Smalltalk work, and do it well, but their rates are twice or three times
Many of them (including myself) will work for free on fun projects too.
Perhaps that's why we need the higher rates for commercial work ;-).
>> COULD BE MORE IF YOU HAVE WHAT THEY WANT
>> please send this job out to whomever you think would be qualified
>> with Small talk
>> Looking to hire a Smalltalk developer... here's the job
>> senior level Developer to become part of a Smalltalk development
>> team. This individual will participate in the
>> analysis and design of a quality software product, play a lead role in
>> the development of this exciting product, and work closely with other
>> developers to implement our products in a fast-paced environment.
>> Qualified candidates must have a bachelors degree or equivalent
>> experience in business, computer science, or mathematics, and strong
>> technical, development, communication, organization and problem-
>> skills. In particular, candidates must have experience working in a
>> Microsoft Windows 2000, IBM VisualAge Smalltalk 5.x/6.x, and SQL
>> environment with at least four years development experience.
>> must have significant experience in developing and maintaining
>> client / server apps as well as WEB application servers. Strong
>> architecture and object oriented design skills are a requirement.
>> Experience in object serialization and rule engines a plus but not
>> required. The individual must be able to work independently or as part
>> of a team to identify and resolve key product issues.
>> Qualified candidates will also play a key part in the future design /
>> architecture of the application migration to a C# and ASP.NET
>> Please make sure your resume states the Month & year of your start and
>> end date-if it says "till present" that means you are working there.
>> Tell me any skills that you are missing from the requirement
>> If possible please BOLD the requirements/technologies that are
>> mentioned in the job description so they are easily visible in the
>> If you are currently unemployed-that okay- just make sure your last
>> month/year of employment is on the resume
>> Must have green card of US citizenship-no T1s or EADs
>> All jobs in NYC unless otherwise noted-no relocation
>> Please put this information in the email that accompanies your resume.
>> If we don't get back to you, please
>> don't be offended. It simply means that your qualifications do not
>> fit my client's requirements
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