[erlang-questions] about your answer to the post “ Erlang Jobs?”
Sun Feb 3 08:57:54 CET 2013
Hello every body,
I really concerned about what I did. I made a BIG mistake. I wanted to
send a personal message but I sent it to the whole list. I know the erlang
list is not the place for this kind of messages.
I hope you can forgive me.
I am really sorry, this will never happen agian.
please accept my apologies.
2013/2/3 Ulf Angermann <uangermann@REDACTED>
> do you live in Essen (NRW)? If so, perhabs we can meet, because i live in
> Mülheim an der Ruhr.
> Best Regards,
> 2013/2/2 Pablo Vieytes <pablo.vb80@REDACTED>
>> Dear Mr Molinaro,
>> I hope you find this message well. It is about your answer to the post
>> “[erlang-questions] Erlang Jobs?” in the erlang mailing list.
>> > Anthony Molinaro
>> > Fri Mar 23 19:03:32 CET 2012
>> > OpenX is always looking for Erlang engineers. We have offices in
>> > Los Angeles, New York, and London. The office in London is small
>> > and doesn't actually do development, but we might be able to swing
>> > a development position or two there. If there is anyone interested
>> > please forward me a resume.
>> > -Anthony
>> It is a little bit old but maybe you are still interested in receiving
>> I have been working on job positions programmer, developer and software
>> engineer since 2007 in. Lately I have specialized in functional and
>> concurrent programming (Erlang/OTP). The Erlang project I have been
>> involved, is not in production yet. So I decided to get an "Erlang
>> Certificate" to prove my Erlang knowledge (Certificate number:
>> I also have extensive work experience as software developer with other
>> technologies. I have been working with a wide range of programming
>> languages. That includes, from assembler and low-level C for
>> microcontrollers and embedded system to OOP languages such C++ or Python
>> between others. I have also work with web technologies as Django, jQuery,
>> CSS, XHTML… I also enjoy contributing to opensoftware projects in my free
>> Since I started to work with Erlang, I realized I would like to further
>> my career in the designing and developing concurrent fault tolerant systems
>> with high availability. I believe that your company could be a perfect
>> place to achieve it.
>> If you find well you can check my attached CV.
>> In closing I thank you for your time and I hope this message doesn't
>> bother you.
>> Best regards.
>> Pablo Vieytes .
>> erlang-questions mailing list
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