[ANN] Ruby/automation and infrastructure JOB in Gurgaon, near New Delhi, India

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Christophe Broult, Nov 27, 2003.

  1. Hi All,

    [I hope that message is not inappropriate]

    Thanks to Dave's and Andy's Jan 2001 DDJ article, I started to use Ruby
    to automate
    daily tasks and a set of tools has been created.
    If someone in India wants to have fun programming in Ruby and also
    handle some infrastructure work, there is an opening in Gurgaon, near
    New Delhi.

    Below is the job description. Please feel free to contact me directly if
    you are interested:


    Senior associate enterprise application automation/scripting champion
    and infrastructure lead

    Lead, mentor and support a team of 30+ enterprise application
    analysts/developers so that:

    1. repeatable processes (read "build, release and testing ruthless
    automation") are consistently used on a daily basis by everyone.

    2. the enterprise application infrastructure development, test and
    production environments (mainly Windows alongside some Solaris and
    Linux systems) are in a consistent state and up to standards
    (security, backups, networking, etc). The production environments
    that support a worldwide community of 1800+ users is hosted in
    the corporate headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts while the
    development and test environments are in Gurgaon, India.

    The automation part requires enthusiasm to apply strong scripting
    skills and willingness to learn Ruby in order to maintain/create tools
    to support and teach the team how to automate. The infrastructure role
    ranges from working with the company IT infrastructure to define, set
    the proper standards to implementing and leading the EA team to follow
    them.

    This job is highly visible with the company leadership since providing
    a high level of service for the enterprise applications is critical to
    the daily business operation.
     
    Christophe Broult, Nov 27, 2003
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  2. Christophe Broult

    Phil Tomson Guest

    In article <>,
    Christophe Broult <> wrote:
    >Hi All,
    >
    >[I hope that message is not inappropriate]
    >
    >Thanks to Dave's and Andy's Jan 2001 DDJ article, I started to use Ruby
    >to automate
    >daily tasks and a set of tools has been created.
    >If someone in India wants to have fun programming in Ruby and also
    >handle some infrastructure work, there is an opening in Gurgaon, near
    >New Delhi.
    >


    Is it possible for US citizens to emigrate to India and work there?

    Since your name (Christophe) doesn't sound Indian, I'm going to go out on
    a limb and assume that you're a European that moved to India to work - can
    you give us any details on how this is done and what it's like to live
    there?

    ....I'm just trying to prepare for a possible future when Americans
    will have to move to India to find engineering work.

    Alternatively, how about telecomuting from the US for this job? Would it
    be possible to work from the US? (hey, there's a lot of work for US
    companies being done from India, why not the other way around?)

    Phil
     
    Phil Tomson, Nov 27, 2003
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