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From: aft...@presto.avion.com (Arthur F. Tyde III - Administrator)
Subject: LINUXCARE in San Francisco - Web Development Jobs NOW!
Date: 1999/01/30
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LinuxCare, the Leader in Linux Support is looking for some highly
talented people who are interested in the startup environment.  
Based in San Francisco, these full time positions are immediately
available.

Web Robot/Spider developer

The successful candidate will have experience designing and implementing
web spiders in Perl on a UNIX platform, and parsing the web pages
downloaded for inclusion into a SQL database.  This is approx. a 1 month
contract, but may develop into a longer-term relationship or full-time
employment.  Good perl5 and SQL skills are required, mysql and Linux
experience a plus. Telecommuting arrangements are OK, but must be able
to work on a short deadline and be a good communicator.

Web-database publishing expert

The successful candidate will have experience developing a web
publishing system using a SQL database.  The job would involve working
with content editors to identify and specify regularly updated content,
and then implement that content management system in perl on a UNIX
platform.  SQL database experience required, mysql and Linux experience
a plus.  Telecommuting arrangements are OK, but must be able to work on
a short deadline and be a good communicator.

-- 
Dave Sifry, Chief Technical Officer
LinuxCare, Inc.  
415 831-9507 tel, 415 831-9763 fax
dsi...@linuxcare.com, http://www.linuxcare.com/

LinuxCare, At the Center of Linux

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