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RE: RE: Employment Status

by BBQ (Deacon)
on May 25, 2000 at 07:09 UTC ( #14697=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to RE: Employment Status
in thread Employment Status

I think the general idea would be to have fellow monks that are hiring to post in a special section what positions and/or skills required for a job are. I seriously doubt that a site like perlmonks would be flooded by headhunters. I would gladly post a job description to perlmonks and go on about my usual monk life reading and replying to other posts without bugging everyone about a job...

I'm no headhunter and I have no inclination towards pestering people with job offering info! BTW: wanna leave Happy comPany? :o)

Sorry, I just had to tease.

#!/home/bbq/bin/perl
# Trust no1!


Comment on RE: RE: Employment Status
RE: RE: RE: Employment Status
by neshura (Chaplain) on May 25, 2000 at 09:55 UTC
    Okay, maybe, possibly, I could concede the point. But I'll be grumpy about it. Frankly, I must question your logic -- a site like perlmonks is the holy grail of the headhunter. But maybe it will remain untainted.

    And no, I don't want to leave Happy comPany. At least not for some fly-by-night operation in Rio... :-)

    e-mail neshura

      Rio? RIO?? Jeez, I wish I was in Rio...

      Well, let me put it this way: there's nothing stopping a headhunter from posting as AM on SOPW, for instance, and we haven't seen any of that yet. I don't think we will either, because in a sense, I agree that perlmonks is the holy grail of the headhunters: they are in search of something that will never be found. :o)

      I don't think that vroom's intention is to publicize(?) the site much, its probably the other way around. Not calling attention of the corp-hype-web-world is a good way to keep things clean and honest.

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