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Experience Certifications - Authors Wanted: UNIX UNIX Development Professional (ECUD) UNIX Systems Administration Professional (ECUSA) UNIX Tools Professional (ECUT) LINUX Linux Development Professional (ECLD) Linux Systems Administration Professional (ECLSA) We are looking for a few people who will author the next generation of unix / linux certifications. The successful candidate will have the following qualifications: a.. College degree or equivalent (2 years experience to 1 year college) Graduate Degree a plus b.. Minimum of 8 years experience within the certification area applied for If you are published it will increase your chances at becoming the ...

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    Experience Certifications - Authors Wanted:



    UNIX

    UNIX Development Professional (ECUD)

    UNIX Systems Administration Professional (ECUSA)

    UNIX Tools Professional (ECUT)

    LINUX

    Linux Development Professional (ECLD)

    Linux Systems Administration Professional (ECLSA)

    We are looking for a few people who will author the next generation of unix
    / linux certifications. The successful candidate will have the following
    qualifications:



    a.. College degree or equivalent (2 years experience to 1 year college)
    Graduate Degree a plus
    b.. Minimum of 8 years experience within the certification area applied
    for


    If you are published it will increase your chances at becoming the
    successful candidate.



    If you think you are qualified, go to the following link and click on
    "Become and author". We want to talk to you.



    http://www.itc2.org


    Dennis Guest

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    Dude, this is NOT a jobs group.

    "Dennis Flanders" <org> wrote in message news:<com>... 
    Joe Guest

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    Hi,

    We are at the early stages of a new software venture and, to make it a
    success, we need to put together a core technology team that can
    impress the bejesus out of our investors. That will allow us to avoid
    investor-micromanagement and have a free hand to make this company a
    success. The product is a technology that has applicability to 90+% of
    the commercial software products out there today -- on all platforms!
    The development environment is C++. The technology is state of the
    art. We are located just north of Boston.

    I have high hopes for this venture because we have a product concept
    that is a sure winner and a corporate culture that insures success. My
    philosophy is that if you do it right, success will follow. That was
    my experience in my first venture in the 80's; because we did it
    right, and because I had free reign over the engineering, we captured
    90% of our market and changed a key process in semiconductor mfg
    technology at the same time.

    The core team will have an equity position in the company, of course.
    But what is perhaps more important is that they know how to manage
    development of a product that will evolve through several generations
    and be succesful in the marketplace. As the company grows I want this
    team to grow into the day-to-day management of the technical staff.
    Instead of imposing an arbitrary management structure/style, the
    eventual management structure will be determined by the dynamics of
    how this team works together. The only proviso is that whatever
    management structure and style we adopt will have to protect the
    company's assets: people and product!

    If you are interested and you have what it takes, you can check out
    the staff openings at www.uknowsys.com
    Principles only, please.

    Dan Azlin, CEO
    Universal Knowledge Systems
    Dan Guest

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    Dan Azlin <com> writes:
     

    What is a principle? In this context, I mean.

    Bye, Dragan

    --
    Dragan Cvetkovic,

    To be or not to be is true. G. Boole No it isn't. L. E. J. Brouwer

    !!! Sender/From address is bogus. Use reply-to one !!!
    Dragan Guest

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    On Fri, 02 Jan 2004 13:21:11 -0500
    Dragan Cvetkovic <net> wrote:
     
    >
    > What is a principle? In this context, I mean.[/ref]
    I think he nmeans "principals only". That means no headhunters.

    --
    Jerry Feldman <gaf-nospam-at-blu.org>
    Boston Linux and Unix user group
    http://www.blu.org PGP key id:C5061EA9
    PGP Key fingerprint:053C 73EC 3AC1 5C44 3E14 9245 FB00 3ED5 C506 1EA9
    Jerry Guest

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    Jerry Feldman <org> writes:
     
    >>
    >> What is a principle? In this context, I mean.[/ref]
    > I think he nmeans "principals only". That means no headhunters.
    >[/ref]

    OK, that would make sense. Thanks.

    Bye, Dragan

    --
    Dragan Cvetkovic,

    To be or not to be is true. G. Boole No it isn't. L. E. J. Brouwer

    !!! Sender/From address is bogus. Use reply-to one !!!
    Dragan Guest

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    On Fri, 02 Jan 2004 18:43:16 GMT, Jerry Feldman <org>
    wrote:
     
    >I think he nmeans "principals only". That means no headhunters.[/ref]

    Some would say that's the same thing.

    --
    Al Balmer
    Balmer Consulting
    net
    Alan Guest

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    In article <com>,
    com says... 

    Hi, Dan. I am a neurotic, depressed, losing who will foist my
    duties onto my coworkers and blame them for my failure, take as much
    time off as I possibly can, drain your company of all the resources
    within my reach, and generally make everybody wish they had never met
    me. I know Unix and C++, though. Well, actually I know C but I will
    call it "C++" just to qualify myself for a job and further off my
    coworkers. But I promise to make up for any gaps in my technical
    knowledge by demanding a six-figure income. My last boss fired me and
    had me escorted from the premises at gunpoint after he found naked
    pictures of his wife on my laptop, but I think he'll give me a good
    reference anyway. But the really good news is that I'm local! Yes! If
    you want to talk to me, I'm right outside your building in my rusty
    Pinto where I have been living for the past few weeks. Come on out and
    we can chat and give each other the finger.
    Hem Guest

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    Hem wrote: [/ref]

    Fantastic! I'd like to buy a policy. Or did you mean your corporate
    culture will "ensure" success?
     
    >
    >
    > Hi, Dan. I am a neurotic, depressed, losing who will foist my
    > duties onto my coworkers and blame them for my failure, take as much
    > time off as I possibly can, drain your company of all the resources
    > within my reach, and generally make everybody wish they had never met
    > me. I know Unix and C++, though. Well, actually I know C but I will
    > call it "C++" just to qualify myself for a job and further off my
    > coworkers. But I promise to make up for any gaps in my technical
    > knowledge by demanding a six-figure income. My last boss fired me and
    > had me escorted from the premises at gunpoint after he found naked
    > pictures of his wife on my laptop, but I think he'll give me a good
    > reference anyway. But the really good news is that I'm local! Yes! If
    > you want to talk to me, I'm right outside your building in my rusty
    > Pinto where I have been living for the past few weeks. Come on out and
    > we can chat and give each other the finger.[/ref]

    You're hired!!!

    Jeff Guest

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    On Fri, 02 Jan 2004 13:21:11 -0500 Dragan Cvetkovic <net> wrote: 
    >
    > What is a principle? In this context, I mean.[/ref]

    People who respond to spam.

    /fc
    Frank Guest

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    In article <com>, net
    says... [/ref]
    >
    > Fantastic! I'd like to buy a policy. Or did you mean your corporate
    > culture will "ensure" success?

    > >
    > >
    > > Hi, Dan. I am a neurotic, depressed, losing who will foist my
    > > duties onto my coworkers and blame them for my failure, take as much
    > > time off as I possibly can, drain your company of all the resources
    > > within my reach, and generally make everybody wish they had never met
    > > me. I know Unix and C++, though. Well, actually I know C but I will
    > > call it "C++" just to qualify myself for a job and further off my
    > > coworkers. But I promise to make up for any gaps in my technical
    > > knowledge by demanding a six-figure income. My last boss fired me and
    > > had me escorted from the premises at gunpoint after he found naked
    > > pictures of his wife on my laptop, but I think he'll give me a good
    > > reference anyway. But the really good news is that I'm local! Yes! If
    > > you want to talk to me, I'm right outside your building in my rusty
    > > Pinto where I have been living for the past few weeks. Come on out and
    > > we can chat and give each other the finger.[/ref]
    >
    > You're hired!!![/ref]

    Great! I'm sure I can fill the role that every technology company
    needs: The over-valued prima donna. I have mastered some critical prima
    donna skills to help mask my basic incompetence, artificially boost my
    value, and fool management into thinking that assholism is just an
    eccentricity to be overlooked...

    - The art of ignoring coworkers while they stand right in front of me
    (or to the side) and ask direct questions.

    - The ability to maintain a very bad mood all day every day.

    - Ignoring the phone, so callers must leave messages, and then just
    listening to the messages that I want to hear.

    - Setting the "read receipt" option on all my email, and publicly
    chastising anybody who doesn't read my messages. And God help the
    people who delete email without even opening it, like I do.

    - Refering to all coworkers as "resources" even to their faces.

    - Bad mouthing coworkers -- I mean "resources" -- to their bosses.

    - Picking apart other peoples' code or doentation, and loudly
    wondering how such a moron could possibly have been hired and then
    following that up with a prediction that the person will cause the whole
    company to fail miserably.

    - All sarcasm, all the time.

    - Prima donna dress code: Messy hair, wrinkled casual jeans and tshirt,
    stubble, bad breath. Socks optional, faded gym shoes mandatory.

    ....and I'm learning even more great prima donna skills every day! I
    think that these valuable traits, along with my ability to write C code
    and pass it off as "C++" code, are easily worth $120K per year and eight
    weeks of paid vacation. See ya soon, Dan.
    Hem Guest

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