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Old 06-05-2002, 12:31 AM   #1
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Question Attention Computer Geeks

Attention all you computer geeks out there:

My company is looking to hire a Web Programmer with experience in Cold Fusion and IIS.

We are also looking for a SQL DBA.

The pay is from $55k-$85k DOE. We work our butts off, so only looking for hard workers. Well if anyone here might have those qualifications, or knows someone who might let me know.

Later....Kris
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Old 06-05-2002, 12:47 AM   #2
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Damn, wish I had more exp with things like that

Might want to flash that at Kirby (kirby@ybrik.com)... I know he got a new job, but he's been waiting months now to start. He's pretty nerd err computer knowledged

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Old 06-05-2002, 12:52 AM   #3
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Thanks....just e-mailed him!

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Old 06-05-2002, 02:53 AM   #4
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Hey Kris, My brother is very interested in hearing more about the job.

He's got SQL & SQL server experience.

could you email me with more details to pass on to him?

Thanks
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Old 06-05-2002, 03:16 AM   #5
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Ben....you got mail!
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Old 06-05-2002, 01:50 PM   #6
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Thanks, I've passed it on.
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Old 06-06-2002, 08:15 AM   #7
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Damm those sound like good positions. I've worked with and maintaned Mycrosoft SQL and Sybase SQL. I've written a few SQL jobs too. But i'm not sure how skilled of a person you guys are looking for. What Company is this for? I'm really more into system administration stuff. A lot of it did involve databases as well as many other servers too. I'm also in need of a job right now since Compucom hasn't given me steady work. Any suggestions?
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Old 06-06-2002, 08:19 AM   #8
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Right now the computer market in Alaska is real slow. Not to meny jobs here right now. I did hear that the state is looking for a tech II position to be filled.
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Here is a copy of the ads that will be in the paper today and this weekend I think:

SQL programmer, DBA, web developer. Need dedicated, high energy developer to play key role in fast-paced, corporate e-commerce web development environment. Proven track record as SQL programmer and DBA required. Salary range $55,000 to $85,000 DOE, plus benefits.

Web developer, Cold Fusion programmer. Need dedicated, high energy developer to play key role in fast-paced, corporate e-commerce web development environment. Proven track record developing complex but stable applications. Salary range $55,000 to $85,000 DOE, plus benefits.

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Basically we are looking for people with quite a bit of experience for either position. The company is ASCI (Alaska Supply Chain Integrators). We do the procurement for BP and design web based B2B applications.

We do not have any system administrator positions open, well at least I hope not since that would mean that I might be out of a job. lol:

For work you might want to check with SAIC since they just took over the CTG contract, but I think they filled most of those positions. Kirby would probably have more insight on that than I would though.

Not sure if I would want to work for the state, they do not pay crap, and last time I went there, they still used Novell networking and Compaq. Thats a losing combination if I ever saw one. Nothing wrong Novell I guess, but I am a Microsoft guy. (Linux heads attack now)

Well let me know if anyone might know of anyone that might be interested in these positions, and Nano I will let you know if I hear of anything. I got a few friends who might be looking for people in the future.

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Old 06-06-2002, 06:33 PM   #10
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Don't go slamming Novell. They have been around a long time. Right now there getting out of the networking part and just want to sell there NDS (Netware Directory Services). It works real good and better then the Microshaft active directory. But in the end Linux is a better way to go . I finally got one of my clients fully on a Linux Mandrake system. It works so nice and cost them a fourth of what it would cost to use Novell and MicroShaft.

Kris, If you do know anyone that is looking for a administrator i'm always looking for the better job .

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Free BSD is better, because it is FREE, and it is less "watered down" from Unix then many of the Linux deriviants.
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Thanks Kris. Let me know if you find something. Even if see something where the pay isn't great it's better then nothing right now.
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Free BSD is better, because it is FREE, and it is less "watered down" from Unix then many of the Linux deriviants.
Linux is free also.........you can download it right of the net.......i have never paid for it
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I knew I would hear from the anti-Microsoft guys out there with that post.

I know that Novell and Linux and all those are just great, I just do not work with them, and I like what I know. I just love making comments on it to see everyone react. I personally love Microsoft, they keep me employed, and I love the feeling of job security.

As for Compaq, I will slam them all day and not feel bad about that.

just my opinion though....

nano....I will keep you in mind, PM or e-mail me with the systems and such you have worked with.
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