[erlang-questions] Everything Everywhere receives marketing award

Robert Virding <>
Fri Jun 17 17:21:40 CEST 2011


Until you realise that "Everything Everywhere" is actually the name of a company the message's subject seems very disparaging about awards: big deal, everything everywhere receives marketing awards. :-) 


Robert 

----- "Chandru" <> wrote: 
> 
Thank you Ivan. 

> 
We certainly use a lot of Erlang and OTP behaviours in Everything Everywhere, and it is great fun working here! So if anyone is looking for a job hacking Erlang in a telecoms environment, please drop me a mail offline. I currently have one permanent and two contracting positions open. 

> 
cheers 
Chandru 
> 
> 
> On 17 June 2011 08:34, Ivan Uemlianin <  > wrote: 
> 

Dear All 
> 
> I hope this isn't too off-topic. 
> 
> I just saw Everything Everywhere received an award from the Institute of Promotional Marketing: Gold for Employee Recognition. 
> 
> http://www.theipm.org.uk/The_ Institute_of_Promotional_ Marketing_Awards/list_of_IPM_ Awards_2011_winners.aspx 
> 
> Their campaign was called "The Bee's Knees" and the blurb says: 
> 
> A range of bee assets, a bee lexicon and bee-haviours 
> were developed ... 
> 
> OTP bee-haviours perhaps? 
> 
> Best wishes (and congrats to Everything Everywhere people if any are reading) 
> 
> Ivan 
> 
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