[jobs] The Hottest Start-Up in NYC- Back End Services Engineer

Chin SPG opencv4me at gmail.com
Mon Aug 13 19:57:00 EDT 2012

On Tue, Aug 14, 2012 at 2:37 AM, Pete Wright <pete at nomadlogic.org> wrote:

> On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 07:06:49PM -0400, Chin SPG wrote:
> > Pete,
> > With all due respect, this is a job opening that I am actively working
> on,
> > and can help a qualified candidate in landing this role for a highly
> > coveted employer.
> > If the group is only limited to hearing about *BSD Unix related
> > opportunities, then I will be limited in my abilities to help.
> > However, there are folks that have already reached out to me from this
> > group that take joy, and professionally focus on activities in working
> > on challenges outside of a *BSD Unix.
> > Further, one may stand to benefit tremendously to reap the rewards from
> > this opportunity while addressing technical challenges in scaling,
> > performance, throughput, and more- it's a scope that's transferrable, in
> my
> > humble opinion, and can leverage expertise developed by working on an
> > Advanced Operating System (FreeBSD) and its peripheral components that
> many
> > folks that contribute to it are innately equiped with. I guess it's for
> > those that have a platform agnostic and open attitude and are more so
> > driven by technical challenges- no matter what the environments are
> coined.
> > BTW, Am I really that off?
> >
> I am just saying that this mailing list is inteded for *BSD Unix related
> jobs and as such is most likely OT for this list.
> >
> > Anyhow, I am only exposing this role to the group for a client that I
> have
> > a successful track record of doing business with, and can lend an
> > additional peek behind the scenes to prepare someone that's interested
> and
> > well qualified for.
> > If you are not interested in taking this on, I totally understand.
> > Thank you for your suggestion, by the way- perhaps, I am barking up the
> > wrong tree...
> > However, looking at the archives, I would hope that this group is open to
> > hearing about the wealth of opportunities that I'm working on in order to
> > gain exposure to what's hot now in the market. From folks I have spoken
> > with, I feel as though there's a much wider talent pool than you give
> this
> > group credit for, Pete.
> so I'm not sure what you are trying to imply here aside from trying to
> insult one the original members of this usergroup....granted it is a
> monday so i should probably just have unsubscribed from a mailing list
> that I helped created as a resource for the BSD Unix community in
> NYC....

Insulting anyone is far from what I am trying to achieve as a guest in this
group. I am simply doing my job, and hopefully benefiting others along the
way. I hope you can respect and appreciate that. I have tremendous respect
for the members of this group, yourself included, which is why I am
highlighting the best and most viable opportunities available to me- not
just slinging any old job orders. I find that communities like this are an
unconventional and revolutionary way of exposing viable job openings to
targeted experts such as yourself.
 In the end, to each their own...
- Chintan

> -pete
> --
> Pete Wright
> pete at nomadlogic.org
> twitter => @nomadlogicLA
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