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PERL/Oracle opening (San Jose)

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A major Silicon Velley company is recruiting a software engineer with
the following qualifications:

Required skills:
- Perl programming
* DBI
* Object-oriented programming
* Regular expressions
- Oracle
* Basic SQL
* PL/SQL programming
* Schema design/implementation

Desired skills:
- Object-oriented analysis, design and implementation
- XML implementation, parsing, and generation
- Linux/FreeBSD systems programming and administration
- On-line transaction processing

If interested, please forward your resume to
wh*************@yahoo.com.

Please forward this to anyone who may be interested.
Jul 19 '05 #1
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be*********@yahoo.com (bernice tsai) wrote in message news:<44**************************@posting.google. com>...
A major Silicon Velley company is recruiting a software engineer with
the following qualifications:
Oh, so close.

First, you should use a spell checker before posting your ads. A
professional image is not gained by "Velley" girls.

Second, ORACLE jobs specifically belong in the group created for that
purpose, namely
comp.databases.oracle.marketplace
Your post here is thus off topic. (ignoring the fact that
comp.databases.oracle is supposed to be defunct.)

Third, if you are going to post to newsgroups, you should learn how to
post properly. Instead of posting multiple copies of the same message
to individual groups, you should post one copy to multiple groups. So
a posting in comp.databases and comp.databases.oracle.marketplace
would be one post to two groups. When done to the proper groups this
reduces the workload on news servers and gets the right audience.
Please forward this to anyone who may be interested.


Only after you learn proper posting nettiquette.

Good luck and have a good day.
Ed
Jul 19 '05 #2

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