[Melbourne-pm] Looking for perl contractors

Scott Penrose scottp at dd.com.au
Thu Jan 4 02:31:39 PST 2007

Forwarded on behalf of Craig Burton


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Craig Burton <craig at everyonecounts.com>
> Date: 4 January 2007 3:12:36 PM
> To: osv-list at lists.osv.org.au
> Subject: [osv-list][JOB] Looking for perl contractors
> Reply-To: osv-list at lists.osv.org.au
> Hi, We are close to negotiating a job which will require Perl  
> people for 12 weeks to work with us from late Jan.  We need people  
> who are comfortable with XML web services in Perl.   We need to  
> have new web services developed and glued to our existing, large  
> code base as part of UK gov't interoperability for what we do.
> You need to be physically in or near Melbourne and able to come to  
> Carlton at least some days as you will need to meet with us a fair  
> bit in this project.  We need you full time if not more.  You would  
> need to be available from the last week of Jan or very soon after.
> Some of the work would be mounting Schematron and SAX services for  
> existing schemas but most of the work will be working to  
> understanding what the current system does and bridge the small and  
> large gaps.  It's a hack, I know, and maybe you can help us see a  
> bit of direction, but for now, we have to get up to speed.
> Your ability to see and solve problems, understand the 80/20 rule  
> and make prudent use of Perl and CPAN under what may be fairly  
> pressing timelines would be greatly appreciated.  Any experience  
> with similar projects would be good as would knowledge of UK eGIF  
> and our stack of Apache, mod_perl, MySQL, Debian.
> Please reply to me at this address and send just a short  
> introduction with: your most relevant project, your estimate of  
> your experience in Perl and XML (in years of use, application),  
> your specialities relevant to what is written above and your  
> terms.  You have to be insured and registered for GST.  You need  
> your own laptop and Internet access.  You need to agree to an Aust  
> Federal Police check and you can't be a member of any political  
> party.  You need to be Melbourne based.
> Best regards,
> Craig.
> -- 
> Craig Burton
> Chief Technology Officer
> Everyone Counts, Inc.
> 858.427.4671     12220 El Camino Real 4th Floor
> 866.843.4668     San Diego, CA 92130
> www.everyonecounts.com

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