<JOB>C++/Java/ or Visual Basic Engineers 
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 <JOB>C++/Java/ or Visual Basic Engineers

We are seeking qualiy engineers with at least 2 years expereince in
these skills for contract to hire and permanent positions.  These
positions are avialable immediateley.

Open positions:
Sr. Software Engineers
Software Engineers
Project Managers

Front end (GUI) experience in C++/Java/ or Visual Basic
Relational Database experience with SQL (Oracle, Informix, IIS, Access, etc)
Intranet development, Client/Server, Computer Telephoney Inmtegration

- Intranet development, Client/Server, Computer Telephoney Inmtegration
- Telecom background
- Call Center Automation background

and the best way for us to contact you.

All opportunities are located in Silicon Valley (San Fransisco Bay Area)
Our clients offer top salaries, excellent benifits package including medical
and dental, 401k and stock options


Sun, 20 Jan 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 <JOB>C++/Java/ or Visual Basic Engineers
 > We are seeking qualiy engineers with at least 2 years expereince in
 > these skills for

Employment solicitations (and responses thereto) are off-topic and
unwelcome in technical discussion newsgroups and particularly so in
comp.lang.basic.visual.misc. Since many of the experienced regular
participants view these posts as unwelcome and will not respond, it is
also not a particularly fertile field for finding qualified

In fact, most ISPs (that's your Internet Service Provider, in case you
didn't know) post information on Newsgroup Netiquette and explain that
adverti{*filter*}ts and employment solicitations are prohibited in all
newsgroups EXCEPT those whose charter specifically allows them. Ours
does not allow either.

By the way, there are quite a number of jobs newsgroups and job sites
which are likely to be more productive than this newsgroup. Two others
about which I've heard good things lately are www.dice.com and
www.computerjobs.com. A Yahoo search on "jobs" "computer" and "VB" is
likely to give you more sites than you'd even care to search, but some
are full of programmers' resumes.

I wish you much good luck in finding qualified candidates; I _hope_
that you will pursue that elsewhere. Thanks for your future

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Tue, 22 Jan 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
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