Fwd: [TERRYTECHjobs] LIVINGSTON, NJ IBM VISUAL AGE SMALLTALK
DEVELOPERS - WHERE ARE YOU?
dway at mailcan.com
Fri May 21 16:19:39 UTC 2004
Also, I would say that it's generally not acceptable to post
VisualAge/VisualWorks/etc. jobs on this list. It's easy enough to find
these types of contracting jobs on dice.com or elsewhere.
Squeak jobs, on the other hand, I would say *are* acceptable to post to
this list IMHO.
Peter van Rooijen wrote:
> 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 that.
> 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
>>> 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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>> If at first you don't succeed, skydiving may not be for you.
>> Eric Goebelbecker
>> eric at ominor.net
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