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Senior Perl developer position in Montreal, Canada


Sitepak (http://www.sitepak.com) is looking for a senior level Perl

The job description can be found there:


Please send your resumes to j@sitepak.com


On 2007-06-01, supp@sitepak.com <supp@sitepak.com> wrote:

> ...looking for a senior level Perl developer.

You have posted a job posting or a resume in a technical group.

Longstanding Usenet tradition dictates that such postings go into
groups with names that contain "jobs", like "misc.jobs.offered", not
technical discussion groups like the ones to which you posted.

Had you read and understood the Usenet user manual posted frequently to
"news.announce.newusers", you might have already known this. :)  (If
n.a.n is quieter than it should be, the relevent FAQs are available at
Another good source of information on how Usenet functions is
news.newusers.questions (information from which is also available at

Please do not explain your posting by saying "but I saw other job
postings here".  Just because one person jumps off a bridge, doesn't
mean everyone does.  Those postings are also in error, and I've
probably already notified them as well.

If you have questions about this policy, take it up with the news
administrators in the newsgroup news.admin.misc.

http://jobs.perl.org may be of more use to you

Yours for a better usenet,


David H. Adler - <d@panix.com> - http://www.panix.com/~dha/
Looking at the cake is like looking at the future.  Until you taste
it, what do you really know?  And, of course, by then, it's much too
late.    - Merlin, Excalibur

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