Vacancy at T-Mobile
Sat Jan 28 16:07:14 CET 2006
I wonder why the number of annual downloads at www.erlang.org keeps
growing stadily (being around 30,000), yet we find only a few postings
mentioned in this thread.
Francesco Cesarini (Erlang Training & Consulting) wrote:
> 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!
> Ulf Wiger (AL/EAB) wrote:
>> BTW, I came across this job site:
>> 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.
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> [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.
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