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

Jason Hellenthal jhellenthal at dataix.net
Tue Aug 14 00:34:05 EDT 2012

On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 10:20:38PM -0400, Izaac wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 10:21:13PM -0700, Pete Wright wrote:
> > My understanding, and others can feel free to correct me, but this jobs
> > list is intended for positions relating directly to *BSD Unix.  For
> > Linux specific jobs I would suggest reaching out to a Linux specific
> > mailing list.
> So here's a little instruction in the reality of job markets: like any
> other market, liquidity and depth are important.  If there's no jobs
> being made available, no one will come to seek them.  If no one comes to
> seek them and form a pool of talented people, no one will post jobs.
> I understand you're looking for a listing which indicates FreeBSD and
> your favorite web server and whatever other tidbits that make your techy
> heart leap.  But recruiters just don't speak that language.  If you
> chase them away because they aren't giving you exactly what you're
> interested in, you'll soon find that none of them are giving you
> anything at all.
> So.  If you are actually interested in actual an actual job, I'd
> recommend going along the path to the point where you're actually
> talking to the employer about what they have and what they want.  If you
> are looking to help cultivate a resource by which your associates (and
> perhaps yourself in the future) are able to find quick, focused
> opportunities as system administrators, I'd recommend not chasing off
> every recruiter that has the courage to stop in.  And if you're not
> looking for a job, I'd recommend unsubscribing.

Well if posting to a BSD group doesn't say it ... I will. At least they
know that great talent can be found here that will usually apply to both
BSD and Linux systems and maybe quite a few more.


 - (2^(N-1)) JJH48-ARIN

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