Where and how does one find Erlang jobs ?

Francesco Cesarini (Erlang Training & Consulting) francesco@REDACTED
Tue Sep 20 16:42:49 CEST 2005

Hi Hakan,

if you are interested in a job in London, we are currently looking for 
four programmers/testers who can start within the next month or so, as 
well as support staff (We will be posting the descriptions soon). We are 
also looking for two in Rome, and have a few more jobs in the pipeline 
in the US. Someone will be calling you soon :-)

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Håkan Stenholm wrote:
> [I'm posting this somewhat spamish post to this mailing list, as I can't 
> think of any better or more appropriate place to post it to.]
> I'm currently looking for a job (preferably Erlang or some other 
> non-mainstream language), and would like to notify those who might be 
> looking for programmers, about my current availability.
> I know a number of ways to find Erlang jobs:
> * Check this mailing list - thats how I ended up working on YXA 
> (http://www.stacken.kth.se/projekt/yxa/)
> * Check the Erlang jobs web page 
> (http://www.erlang-consulting.com/jobs_fs.html)
> * Contact known Erlang users, this is a bit trickier, but a fair number 
> of presumably Erlang using companies can be found by checking 
> www.erlang.se (certified Erlang users) and by checking for whom the 
> speakers and participants visiting the "Erlang User Conference", work for.
> With this post I'm mainly trying to reach/contact those that are not 
> easily reached by the above mentioned methods e.g. those that are not 
> publicly using Erlang (as mentioned in recent mailing-list posts), 
> companies that may dismiss me as unsuited as they may not even know that 
> they use Erlang, etc ...
> Any tips or hints are appreciated.
> ===============================================
>            ___About Me___
> * Got a Master of science degree in Computer Science, 1998, at Uppsala 
> university (Sweden).
> * Well versed in C, Java and Erlang.
> * Most noteworthy (Erlang) software development jobs:
> - Four years (1998/09 - 2002/11) working at Ericsson developing Erlang 
> code for the AXD301 (Multi Service Switch - handling ATM / IP / phone 
> traffic / frame relay / ...).
> - Seven months (2004/09 - 2005/04) working on YXA (IP telephony server) 
> and CPL at Stockholm university ("Sektionen för IT och Media" / 
> "Division of IT and media services") to complete the initial YXA 
> version, so that it can be tested.
> * Links to stuff I worked on:
> http://www.stacken.kth.se/projekt/yxa/
> http://www.stacken.kth.se/projekt/yxa/cpl_implementation.html
>            ___Contact info___
> Name:      Håkan Stenholm
> Email:      hakan.stenholm@REDACTED
> Address: Stockholm - Sweden
>         (this is also my preferred work location, but I'm willing to move)

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