[Mono-list] Re: mono job oppty
nate.chadwick at gmail.com
Mon May 1 12:43:00 EDT 2006
I concede that for someone with any experience it is pretty low, budget wise
it was all I could afford. Then again if you are not working and need/want
experience, it beats the heck out of making $0. Most folks that applied
were in need of both experience and a job and wanted to work with the
technologies - c# / mono / .net etc.
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Nate Chadwick wrote:
> I have hesitated in posting this as it is entry level, and this list
> is not a recruiting wire (maybe a mono jobs list is needed ?? if one
> exists it needs better advertisement as I couldn't find it), but if
> there are any mono folks looking for a job in Massachusetts, I am
> looking for a full-time entry level mono c# .net programmer. The pay
> is entry level but the position has growth potential. Initially, this
> is an onsite job based out of Norton, MA.
> The mono work is in XSP ASP.NET/web <http://ASP.NET/web> services and
> anything and everything server side. There will be some cross over in
> Microsoft.NET. This is not a gtk job at this stage. If the code is
> relevant, we are all about feeding it back. That being said, this is
> not a research project but a real commercial implementation/use of the
> mono stack with real-time business requirements, deadlines, etc.
> Please delete this message if not interested - I would just rather
> hire a mono hacker and can't think of a better way to reach one.
I am just curious about this and I would like to ask: am I the only person I
think this is a very very low salary?
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