Call for Ruby Champion !!

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by IT Recruiter, May 30, 2007.

  1. IT Recruiter

    IT Recruiter Guest

    Hello friends!

    I am looking for a Ruby Champion to lead the race in Website
    development within Java environment...

    Who loves programming, with new techniques as well as old.....
    Who also enjoys hand coding open source technologies with in-depth
    knowledge of statistical methods
    Has a practical approach when it comes to problem solving
    And aspires a team spirit to be agile...

    It's very useful to have other programming languages and paradigms

    About Client: Young Company, fastest growing in the web market

    This is a permanent role in central London, paying as per market rate
    for the excellent candidate


    About Me: I am a Resourcing Consultant specialist in recruiting for
    Open Source Technologies.

    please do not hesitate to speak to me or write me back !

    Really appreciable for a word of mouth with our friends !!!

    Cheers,
    Srini
    IT Recruiter, May 30, 2007
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  2. On 5/30/07, IT Recruiter <> wrote:
    > Hello friends!
    >
    > I am looking for a Ruby Champion to lead the race in Website
    > development within Java environment...


    I've got a question about this. It seems like the job market is going
    mad with Ruby and Rails. Does anyone know, is this the case for other
    languages? I'm tempted to call it "booming" but I don't know how
    localized the enthusiasm is. Certainly whenever recruiters use
    nontechnical, heroic imagery, that's a sign that's something's going
    on.

    --
    Giles Bowkett

    Blog: http://gilesbowkett.blogspot.com
    Portfolio: http://www.gilesgoatboy.org



    On 5/30/07, IT Recruiter <> wrote:
    > Hello friends!
    >
    > I am looking for a Ruby Champion to lead the race in Website
    > development within Java environment...
    >
    > Who loves programming, with new techniques as well as old.....
    > Who also enjoys hand coding open source technologies with in-depth
    > knowledge of statistical methods
    > Has a practical approach when it comes to problem solving
    > And aspires a team spirit to be agile...
    >
    > It's very useful to have other programming languages and paradigms
    >
    > About Client: Young Company, fastest growing in the web market
    >
    > This is a permanent role in central London, paying as per market rate
    > for the excellent candidate
    >
    >
    > About Me: I am a Resourcing Consultant specialist in recruiting for
    > Open Source Technologies.
    >
    > please do not hesitate to speak to me or write me back !
    >
    > Really appreciable for a word of mouth with our friends !!!
    >
    > Cheers,
    > Srini
    >
    >
    >
    Giles Bowkett, May 30, 2007
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  3. On 5/30/07, Doug Phillips <> wrote:
    > > I've got a question about this. It seems like the job market
    > > is going mad with Ruby and Rails. Does anyone know, is this
    > > the case for other languages? I'm tempted to call it
    > > "booming" but I don't know how localized the enthusiasm is.
    > > Certainly whenever recruiters use nontechnical, heroic
    > > imagery, that's a sign that's something's going on.

    >
    > Given that the same individual also posted this same message to the
    > *python* list, I'd say they're on a buzzword-high and don't really know
    > what they want.


    It's clear what they want. They want a Champion.
    Gregory Brown, May 31, 2007
    #3
  4. Gregory Brown wrote:
    > On 5/30/07, Doug Phillips <> wrote:
    >> > I've got a question about this. It seems like the job market
    >> > is going mad with Ruby and Rails. Does anyone know, is this
    >> > the case for other languages? I'm tempted to call it
    >> > "booming" but I don't know how localized the enthusiasm is.
    >> > Certainly whenever recruiters use nontechnical, heroic
    >> > imagery, that's a sign that's something's going on.

    >>
    >> Given that the same individual also posted this same message to the
    >> *python* list, I'd say they're on a buzzword-high and don't really know
    >> what they want.

    >
    > It's clear what they want. They want a Champion.

    Isn't that a spark plug?
    Reid Thompson, May 31, 2007
    #4
  5. Reid Thompson wrote:
    > Gregory Brown wrote:
    >> On 5/30/07, Doug Phillips <> wrote:
    >>> > I've got a question about this. It seems like the job market
    >>> > is going mad with Ruby and Rails. Does anyone know, is this
    >>> > the case for other languages? I'm tempted to call it
    >>> > "booming" but I don't know how localized the enthusiasm is.
    >>> > Certainly whenever recruiters use nontechnical, heroic
    >>> > imagery, that's a sign that's something's going on.
    >>>
    >>> Given that the same individual also posted this same message to the
    >>> *python* list, I'd say they're on a buzzword-high and don't really know
    >>> what they want.

    >>
    >> It's clear what they want. They want a Champion.

    > Isn't that a spark plug?
    >
    >

    Spark Plug was Barney Google's horse. Betcha didn't know that Google's
    first name was Barney and that he had a horse. ;)
    M. Edward (Ed) Borasky, May 31, 2007
    #5
  6. M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
    > Reid Thompson wrote:
    >> Gregory Brown wrote:
    >>> On 5/30/07, Doug Phillips <> wrote:
    >>>> > I've got a question about this. It seems like the job market
    >>>> > is going mad with Ruby and Rails. Does anyone know, is this
    >>>> > the case for other languages? I'm tempted to call it
    >>>> > "booming" but I don't know how localized the enthusiasm is.
    >>>> > Certainly whenever recruiters use nontechnical, heroic
    >>>> > imagery, that's a sign that's something's going on.
    >>>>
    >>>> Given that the same individual also posted this same message to the
    >>>> *python* list, I'd say they're on a buzzword-high and don't really
    >>>> know
    >>>> what they want.
    >>>
    >>> It's clear what they want. They want a Champion.

    >> Isn't that a spark plug?
    >>
    >>

    > Spark Plug was Barney Google's horse. Betcha didn't know that Google's
    > first name was Barney and that he had a horse. ;)
    >
    >

    Wait a minute!! Champion was Gene Autry's horse! It's a conspiracy!!
    M. Edward (Ed) Borasky, May 31, 2007
    #6
  7. IT Recruiter

    IT Recruiter Guest

    On May 30, 6:44 pm, "Giles Bowkett" <> wrote:
    > On 5/30/07, IT Recruiter <> wrote:
    >
    > > Hello friends!

    >
    > > I am looking for a Ruby Champion to lead the race in Website
    > > development within Java environment...

    >
    > I've got a question about this. It seems like the job market is going
    > mad with Ruby and Rails. Does anyone know, is this the case for other
    > languages? I'm tempted to call it "booming" but I don't know how
    > localized the enthusiasm is. Certainly whenever recruiters use
    > nontechnical, heroic imagery, that's a sign that's something's going
    > on.
    >
    > --
    > Giles Bowkett
    >
    > Blog:http://gilesbowkett.blogspot.com
    > Portfolio:http://www.gilesgoatboy.org
    >
    > On 5/30/07, IT Recruiter <> wrote:
    >
    > > Hello friends!

    >
    > > I am looking for a Ruby Champion to lead the race in Website
    > > development within Java environment...

    >
    > > Who loves programming, with new techniques as well as old.....
    > > Who also enjoys hand coding open source technologies with in-depth
    > > knowledge of statistical methods
    > > Has a practical approach when it comes to problem solving
    > > And aspires a team spirit to be agile...

    >
    > > It's very useful to have other programming languages and paradigms

    >
    > > About Client: Young Company, fastest growing in the web market

    >
    > > This is a permanent role in central London, paying as per market rate
    > > for the excellent candidate

    >
    > > About Me: I am a Resourcing Consultant specialist in recruiting for
    > > Open Source Technologies.

    >
    > > please do not hesitate to speak to me or write me back !

    >
    > > Really appreciable for a word of mouth with our friends !!!

    >
    > > Cheers,
    > > Srini





    Thanks for all your inspiring comments.. I would define Booming market
    as the deficiency of highly skilled technology professionals, as 5% of
    market demands for niche skills to be filled in a stipulated time when
    the Demand exceeds the supply in market - thats the time when the
    Skills are Booming... (same thing happened for Java back in the y2k
    fixing....)

    Srini
    IT Recruiter, Jun 27, 2007
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