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stephen@chancellor.com
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      02-01-2006
I am part of a small Agency that supplies contractors to clients. A
fairly new client in San Francisco (SOMA), needs an experienced (at
least one complete commercial project) Ruby on Rails Software Engineer.


Additionally, they are using open source development environment,
Linux, Apache, MySQL and Perl / PHP.

This is a contract position for 3 to 6 months. You need to be onsite
and will be part of a development Team. Must be eligible to work in
USA, and for this particular contract must be local to San Francisco
Bay Area.

Please refer this to anyone that you know who is not a member and may
not see it.

Also, we are very interested in new clients in need of RoR developers.
This is an exciting area and there are opportunities for everyone.

Please contact me by e-mail (Stephen AT chancellor DOT com) or call
Anthony at 415-332-0123.

Thank you, Stephen

 
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tsumeruby@tsumelabs.com
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      02-02-2006
Please use sites like monster or dice if you wish to post jobs. Some have been
made in the past, but are usually from the originators of the people who want
to make the actual hire.

Tsume

On Thursday 02 February 2006 08:18 am, http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) wrote:
> I am part of a small Agency that supplies contractors to clients. A
> fairly new client in San Francisco (SOMA), needs an experienced (at
> least one complete commercial project) Ruby on Rails Software Engineer.
>
>
> Additionally, they are using open source development environment,
> Linux, Apache, MySQL and Perl / PHP.
>
> This is a contract position for 3 to 6 months. You need to be onsite
> and will be part of a development Team. Must be eligible to work in
> USA, and for this particular contract must be local to San Francisco
> Bay Area.
>
> Please refer this to anyone that you know who is not a member and may
> not see it.
>
> Also, we are very interested in new clients in need of RoR developers.
> This is an exciting area and there are opportunities for everyone.
>
> Please contact me by e-mail (Stephen AT chancellor DOT com) or call
> Anthony at 415-332-0123.
>
> Thank you, Stephen



 
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Eric Hodel
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      02-02-2006
On Feb 1, 2006, at 5:16 PM, (E-Mail Removed) wrote:

> Please use sites like monster or dice if you wish to post jobs.
> Some have been
> made in the past, but are usually from the originators of the
> people who want
> to make the actual hire.


To be honest, I'd rather see Ruby job postings mentioned here, even
if from recruiters, than random places on the intarweb. This allows
rubyists to be connected to people who want to employ them, which can
only be good for all rubyists.

Also, you're the first I've seen complain.

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chiaro scuro
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      02-03-2006
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On 2/2/06, Eric Hodel <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

> To be honest, I'd rather see Ruby job postings mentioned here, even
> if from recruiters, than random places on the intarweb. This allows
> rubyists to be connected to people who want to employ them, which can
> only be good for all rubyists.
>
> Also, you're the first I've seen complain.



Totally agree with Eric. Job postings also give a feeling of the effect of
the community on the larger world

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James Britt
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      02-03-2006
Eric Hodel wrote:
> On Feb 1, 2006, at 5:16 PM, (E-Mail Removed) wrote:
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>> Please use sites like monster or dice if you wish to post jobs. Some
>> have been
>> made in the past, but are usually from the originators of the people
>> who want
>> to make the actual hire.

>
>
> To be honest, I'd rather see Ruby job postings mentioned here, even if
> from recruiters, than random places on the intarweb. This allows
> rubyists to be connected to people who want to employ them, which can
> only be good for all rubyists.


I'm somewhat mixed, but it hasn't been a problem (and it seems like one
of those problems that are good to have).

If the recruiters are sincere, then feedback from the Ruby community can
help both them and job seekers by encouraging job descriptions that are
meaningful and accurate.



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Phil Tomson
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      02-03-2006
In article <(E-Mail Removed)>,
Eric Hodel <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>On Feb 1, 2006, at 5:16 PM, (E-Mail Removed) wrote:
>
>> Please use sites like monster or dice if you wish to post jobs.
>> Some have been
>> made in the past, but are usually from the originators of the
>> people who want
>> to make the actual hire.

>
>To be honest, I'd rather see Ruby job postings mentioned here, even
>if from recruiters, than random places on the intarweb. This allows
>rubyists to be connected to people who want to employ them, which can
>only be good for all rubyists.
>
>Also, you're the first I've seen complain.
>


I tend to agree with Eric, though I would hope that it's hiring managers or
people directly involved in development who are posting here as opposed to head
hunters.

Phil
 
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ChrisH
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      02-03-2006
Actaully there is a Ruby Jobs site: http://jobs.rubynow.com/

 
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tsumeruby@tsumelabs.com
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      02-03-2006
On Friday 03 February 2006 05:23 am, Eric Hodel wrote:
> On Feb 1, 2006, at 5:16 PM, (E-Mail Removed) wrote:
> > Please use sites like monster or dice if you wish to post jobs.
> > Some have been
> > made in the past, but are usually from the originators of the
> > people who want
> > to make the actual hire.

>
> To be honest, I'd rather see Ruby job postings mentioned here, even
> if from recruiters, than random places on the intarweb. This allows
> rubyists to be connected to people who want to employ them, which can
> only be good for all rubyists.
>
> Also, you're the first I've seen complain.

I'm just thinking ahead. I know ruby is still considered young, but once any
other type of jobs come in, I don't want to receive 10 emails a day on a list
from head hunters.

Also, I thought the email was spam like the idiot who kept trying to place
head hunter listings on craig's list.. I wouldn't mind the jobs coming from
the originators of the job, but head hunters are a negative on my list.

Tsume


 
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Paul Robinson
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      02-03-2006
On 3 Feb 2006, at 22:13, (E-Mail Removed) wrote:

> Also, I thought the email was spam like the idiot who kept trying
> to place
> head hunter listings on craig's list.. I wouldn't mind the jobs
> coming from
> the originators of the job, but head hunters are a negative on my
> list.


OT: I once came up with a business plan where a recruitment agency/
headhunting firm would be staffed entirely by techs working in the
industry checking out other people's CV's and work part-time and then
when a job came in from a firm they would be able to say "Hey, I know
this guy over at such-and-such who would be perfect, let me ask if
he's around..." and would pick up a fee, a la agencies.

That way, you'd get firms knowing they can trust the people coming
forward because they are peer-reviewed, and recruitment agencies
would not be filled with people who think UNIX are men without
testicles.

Anyway, I look for work constantly and am happy going to the websites
- I think this place should be somewhere to hide out and talk
programming, not somewhere I have to be on best behaviour.

P.S. if anybody is looking for a Ruby and/or Rails coder in the North
West of England, or in fact any European city I can get to, I have a
gap in my schedule coming up...

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Eric Hodel
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      02-03-2006
On Feb 3, 2006, at 2:13 PM, (E-Mail Removed) wrote:
> On Friday 03 February 2006 05:23 am, Eric Hodel wrote:
>> On Feb 1, 2006, at 5:16 PM, (E-Mail Removed) wrote:
>>> Please use sites like monster or dice if you wish to post jobs.
>>> Some have been made in the past, but are usually from the
>>> originators of the people who want to make the actual hire.

>>
>> To be honest, I'd rather see Ruby job postings mentioned here, even
>> if from recruiters, than random places on the intarweb. This allows
>> rubyists to be connected to people who want to employ them, which can
>> only be good for all rubyists.
>>
>> Also, you're the first I've seen complain.

> I'm just thinking ahead. I know ruby is still considered young, but
> once any
> other type of jobs come in, I don't want to receive 10 emails a day
> on a list
> from head hunters.


I think this was the first, maybe second, job posting of the month.
While it would be wonderful, you're not going to get 10 job postings
a day any time soon. I'm sure the list will find an appropriate
solution when job posting overload becomes a real problem.

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