[tpm] another reason not to move to Winnipeg
sfryer at sourcery.ca
Tue Apr 24 14:09:26 PDT 2007
I also work for Novator. It *is* a great place to work. We're looking for
a Perl developer (with secondary skills in Java) to work in my dept aswell.
It's a bonus if the candidate has experience with XML/XSL also. You'd be
working with me, so you get one of the best coworkers in the whole joint. ;)
<snicker> If you apply, please be sure to mention that I referred you.
On Tue, Apr 24, 2007 at 01:07:54PM -0400, adam.prime at utoronto.ca wrote:
> Quoting Alex Mackinnon <alexmac131 at hotmail.com>:
> > Wow, what are these people thinking. 20k for a mod_perl/cgi perl developer.
> > http://jobs.perl.org/job/5687
> > You got to know apache, mod_perl, cgi programing, linux and oh yes
> > "Experience with Photoshop and/or Flash. "
> > These sorts of job posts just blow my stack.
> I saw that too and shuddered. I can't see the cost of living being
> THAT much lower in winnipeg. That being said, it might be an ok job
> for a kid straight out of school, living at home. 25K = 12/hr
> basically. you can make more than that in retail.
> > Anyone see the FTD flourist post there (under a different name) and
> > what is their problem on employee retention.
> I assume you're talking about the Novator posting. A friend of a
> friend works there, though not as a coder. From everything i've heard
> it seems like it'd actually be a pretty good place to work. Good
> benefits, right downtown close to TTC, big established clients. /shrug
> > Accenture of course is hiring and they pay way more, but you have to
> > sell your soul.
> Whenever I hear Accenture i think Mississauga. I'm not sure if i
> really should be thinking that or not though.
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