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

Sujit K M kmsujit at gmail.com
Tue Aug 14 11:32:26 EDT 2012

> Exactly.  Almost all of the BSD administrators I know have a skill set
> which is applicable and valuable for Linux, Solaris, IRIX, etc.  I
> suspect it's a product of dealing with sharp edges in the distributions
> and having to bootstrap yourself so often in a smaller community.

Yes but as indicated by me a mere resume doesnot say much. It in this
case is not been verified. Just because some says he has worked on
IRIX/SOLARIS doesn't mean any thing.

> But regardless of why, the point is that there's a talent pool here with
> a deep skill set that can handle system administration jobs regardless of
> the specific underlying platform.  Recruiters are realizing this.  Don't
> chase them away.  If you don't want to hear things: unsubscribe, filter,
> politely reply that you're not seeking at this time when asked
> privately, etc.

Yes then why does it need to be a job post alone. Why cannot he/she join
actively During CON Day's and get to meet a lot of people and increase your

> If someone posts a .NET programmer job, well yeah you can get a little
> uppity.  But even then, you're probably better off unsubscribing or
> filtering.  Recruiters are people too; often very nice people.  Show a
> little courtesy.

It is the same with me. If you have got a problem I have the same problem.

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