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RE: Professional Developer Wanted

It means someone with a resume of Custom Linux
development...professional or their own stuff.

Mainly, we need a seasoned Linux developer.  We have several seasoned
C/C++, VB, C#, .NET, Java developers (they do this day in and day out)
but no Linux folks.  I am the closest we have to a linux guy and I am a
dumb @ss...the funny thing is...I am not afraid to say that I do not
know Linux that well...put me in the M$ arena though and that is a
different story.  I get by on Linux and can get the job done but on a
professional level...forget it...I have done a couple of CBT's, one on
Pay Hat and one on Debian Woody...does that classify me a pro...nuh-uh.

We need a 'Pro'-fessional...not a weekend developer.


-----Original Message-----
From: robomod@news.nic.it [mailto:robomod@news.nic.it] On Behalf Of s.
Sent: Sunday, October 01, 2006 8:28 PM
To: debian-user@lists.debian.org; debian-devel@lists.debian.org
Subject: Re: Professional Developer Wanted

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Stephen Yorke <syorke@yorkes.net>:
>  My firm is looking to hire a [professional] Debian Developer for
>  some very fun, custom work.
>  Does anyone on these lists know of any REAL GOOD resources to look
>  someone with HIGH [caliber] Debian Development skills?

I was reading a job ad the other day (from a dentist) soliciting
excellent, wizard level skills in IT.  "Must have experience using

What does "HIGH [caliber]" mean to you?

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