[sf-perl] [job] Software Engineer position at Six Apart (fwd)

Robert Wise smurph at kzsu.stanford.edu
Wed Sep 21 10:08:24 PDT 2005

This came through the Six Apart developers mailing list today.  They are
the folks that make Movable Type bloging software and are mostly a perl


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From: Jay Allen <jay at sixapart.com>
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 17:52:35 -0700
To: Six Apart Professional Network <pronet at sixapart.com>
Subject: [ProNet] [GIG] Work for Six Apart!

Many of you on this list have probably seen our jobs listing page[1] but
what you may not know is that we are aggressively hiring for a number of
positions **including** an engineering position on the Movable Type team[2].

The people subscribed to this list make up the best and brightest Movable
Type developers in the world NOT working for Six Apart and that's precisely
who we're looking for.   If you've got mad Perl skills and have ever wished
that you could just fix [insert pet peeve or missing feature here] in the
core application code or really understand the breadth and depth of
everything we're doing on the Movable Type team or at Six Apart, this is the
job you've been waiting for.

If you're interested, simply drop me a line with your resume (preferably PDF
or text).  If you know someone else who would be perfect for the job, feel
free to forward them this email.   Or if Perl programming isn't your style,
we've got a whole slew of other jobs we're hiring for[1], so make sure to
check them out.

As many of you all probably know, I too was a third-party Movable Type
developer for a number of years and I can say that working for Six Apart has
thus far been one of the best decisions I've ever made for my career.  The
people here are fantastic, insanely intelligent and FUN.  The company's
atmosphere is both casual and aggressive and we're going to do some really
great things.  All things considered, this is a really good time to join us.

Of course, for those of you who cannot for one reason or another, as always,
we appreciate your efforts in making the Movable Type development community
such a vibrant and dynamic one.

I hope to hear from you soon,
Jay Allen
Product Manager - Movable Type
Six Apart

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