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September 03, 2003

Now hiring Atlanta Pythonistas

My current company is busily building out, and we're looking for Python developers, a dba with open-source experience, and a Linux system administrator.

All the positions are contract, on a project-by-project basis. I've posted to the 'comp.lang.python' newsgroup, and expect to see it on the www.python.org Python Job Board any day now.

Here's the listing for the Python jobs, which are the only ones I'm worried about filling, since Python still hasn't conquered the entire world:

The Transit Grapevine
Atlanta, Georgia (Buckhead/Midtown)
(the link is to the old MTNI.net website; we're targeting bringing up a TTG website the first week of October)

Job Description: Python developers - We're seeking Python developers to help us build and manage a network of electronic signs scheduled to be deployed in U.S. transit stations. Contract work, on a project-by-project basis.

Job Requirements:

- Ideal candidate will have experience interfacing Python with databases and/or with networked devices.

- Must be comfortable working solo, or on a small team with minimal supervision.

- Strong preference for metro Atlanta residents, because of the need to develop against specialized hardware.

Contract position on a project basis. We will consider proposals from software development groups. We will begin interviewing as we receive resumes.

Contact: Frank Steele

E-mail contact: [email protected]

Please send resume, link(s) to previous project(s), hourly salary requirements.

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