Vacancy at T-Mobile

Francesco Cesarini (Erlang Training & Consulting) <>
Sat Jan 28 15:38:30 CET 2006


It looks like there is only one job which is partially Erlang based, 
where the company is using Yaws. All others ask for it as a desirable 
skill. It is a way of finding people with a genuine curiosity in 
Computer Science.. Not necessarily a perquisite to manage the job, 
however (An excellent strategy, IMO). All other job posts seem to be in 
regards to the Erlang Formula :-(

We recently did a search over all CVs registered on one of the major job 
sites in the last 6 months here in the UK.. I think they were about 
150,000 in total. We were over the moon when we got 150 results. But 
after weeding through people who had worked in Erlang House, people 
living on Erlang street, people who had worked with the Erlang-B and 
Erlang-C formulas, and the odd descendant of Agner Krarup Erlang, we 
were down to 6 valid CVs, of which 4 people we already knew had been 
looking for Erlang work int he last 6 months, and 2 people were new to us!

Francesco

Ulf Wiger (AL/EAB) wrote:
>  
> BTW, I came across this job site:
> 
> http://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=erlang+-erlangc+-%22erlang+B%22+-%22Erlang+
> C%22&start=10
> 
> The above search lists 30 job ads that cite Erlang as
> a desirable skill, all of them in the U.S. (mostly CA,
> but also IL, TX, MA, OH, NY), and all of them fairly new.
> 
> Regards,
> Uffe
> 
> 
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From:  
>>[mailto:] On Behalf Of chandru
>>Sent: den 27 januari 2006 10:21
>>To: Erlang Questions
>>Subject: Vacancy at T-Mobile
>>
>>Hello everyone,
>>
>>There is a vacancy in T-Mobile UK. Check it out if you are interested.
>>
>>http://careers.peopleclick.com/jobposts/Client40_TMobile/BU1/E
>>XTERNAL/pck317-42649.htm
>>
>>cheers,
>>Chandru
>>
> 
> 
> 




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