looking for perl professionals

Discussion in 'Perl Misc' started by Doug, May 14, 2007.

  1. Doug

    Doug Guest

    Hello ,

    My name is Doug Cohen and I am a Senior Recruiter for c CIDC is a
    profitable and growing Internet-based software company that has been
    developing and refining its online gaming technology and eBusiness
    operational expertise for over seven years. Through our technology, we
    have become the most trusted name in online gaming and entertainment
    worldwide. CIDC developed the gaming and entertainment software for
    sites such as Everest Poker and Everest Casino at
    www.everestpoker.com/www.everestcasino.com. For more information,
    please visit our corporate site at www.cidc.com. We have an excellent
    benefits package including Medical/Dental, 401K, vacation, informal,
    team and fun environment. (sorry, no telecommuting at this time)

    Due to our growth we are currently recruiting for a full time Software
    engineer-Perl for our Cambridge, MA location:

    Job Summary

    You would become a member of our Server Team build, in which you would
    be able to use all of your software skills to implement, maintain and
    extend dynamic web applications for on-line gaming and Internet
    marketing. In addition, you would develop and maintain a number of
    support and data analysis scripts.
    Requirements

    To be successful in this role your background will need 2 to 5 years
    of:

    · Perl in Unix/Linux environment
    · Experience with development of e-commerce applications involving
    mod_perl, Mason, Catalyst, Template Toolkit, Apache web servers, DBI,
    CGI, SQL, HTML, and relational databases.
    · Experience with financial applications, Informix, AJAX,
    Internationalization and Localization a plus
    · Computer Science degree or equivalent is a must
    · Good communication and organizational skills



    If you are interested in this position or finding out other
    opportunities at CDIC forward your resume to or call
    him at 617-547-6323 x315 (relocation is available)
    Doug, May 14, 2007
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  2. Doug

    Lambik Guest

    "Doug" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > <Cut some SPAM>


    #!/bin/perl
    use strict;
    use Net::NNTP;

    my $nntpserver = 'news3.telebyte.nl';
    my $newsgroup = 'alt.jobs';

    my $server = Net::NNTP->new( $nntpserver, Debug => 0) || die $!;

    my ($aantal, $first, $last, $group) = $server->group($newsgroup);
    for (my $tel=$last; $tel >= $first;$tel--) {
    my $header = $server->head($tel) || next;
    foreach (@$header) {
    print if (/^From|^Subject|^Date/i);
    } #end foreach
    print "\n";
    } ## end for
    $server->quit();
    Lambik, May 14, 2007
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  3. Doug

    Uri Guttman Guest

    >>>>> "D" == Doug <> writes:

    D> My name is Doug Cohen and I am a Senior Recruiter for c CIDC is a
    D> profitable and growing Internet-based software company that has
    D> been developing and refining its online gaming technology and
    D> eBusiness operational expertise for over seven years. Through our
    D> technology, we have become the most trusted name in online gaming
    D> and entertainment worldwide. CIDC developed the gaming and
    D> entertainment software for sites such as Everest Poker and Everest
    D> Casino at www.everestpoker.com/www.everestcasino.com. For more
    D> information, please visit our corporate site at www.cidc.com. We
    D> have an excellent benefits package including Medical/Dental, 401K,
    D> vacation, informal, team and fun environment. (sorry, no
    D> telecommuting at this time)

    this is not the place for job postings. and you have already posted job
    leads to the boston.pm list and jobs.perl.org. this group is for
    discussing perl and not perl jobs.

    uri

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    --Perl Consulting, Stem Development, Systems Architecture, Design and Coding-
    Search or Offer Perl Jobs ---------------------------- http://jobs.perl.org
    Uri Guttman, May 14, 2007
    #3
  4. On 2007-05-14, Doug <> wrote:
    > Hello ,
    >
    > My name is Doug Cohen and I am a Senior Recruiter


    You have posted a job posting or a resume in a technical group.

    Longstanding Usenet tradition dictates that such postings go into
    groups with names that contain "jobs", like "misc.jobs.offered", not
    technical discussion groups like the ones to which you posted.

    Had you read and understood the Usenet user manual posted frequently to
    "news.announce.newusers", you might have already known this. :) (If
    n.a.n is quieter than it should be, the relevent FAQs are available at
    http://www.faqs.org/faqs/by-newsgroup/news/news.announce.newusers.html)
    Another good source of information on how Usenet functions is
    news.newusers.questions (information from which is also available at
    http://www.geocities.com/nnqweb/).

    Please do not explain your posting by saying "but I saw other job
    postings here". Just because one person jumps off a bridge, doesn't
    mean everyone does. Those postings are also in error, and I've
    probably already notified them as well.

    If you have questions about this policy, take it up with the news
    administrators in the newsgroup news.admin.misc.

    http://jobs.perl.org may be of more use to you

    Yours for a better usenet,

    dha

    --
    David H. Adler - <> - http://www.panix.com/~dha/
    John Cleese was my favorite. Next was Tom Baker.
    - http://www.jerkcity.com/jerkcity2412.html
    David H. Adler, May 16, 2007
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