[sf-perl] Perl job at Stanford

Greger boss at gregerhaga.net
Fri Mar 30 12:48:39 PDT 2007

On Fri, 30 Mar 2007 12:45:55 -0700, Michael Friedman wrote
> My office at Stanford just posted a job for a SQL/XML/XSLT/Perl  
> programmer. The manager in charge of this position says that Perl is 
>  most definitely a major part of the job, even though the posting  
> itself is written to cast a wider net.
> We're an off-campus group, run like a startup, so you get the great  
> benefits that Stanford offers (Can you say "Free Caltrain"?) without 
>  much of the hassle of working for a giant bureaucracy. We let 
> people  work from home, bring their dogs to the office, etc. It's 
> not Google,  but we let you go home after 40 hours a week too. :-) 
> Oh, and we're  helping to spread knowledge around the world. You 
> can't beat that for  a perk.
> The work will be with our 1000-module Object-Oriented Perl system,  
> Sybase databases, and probably some with our new-still-in-
> development  Xerces/Saxon/MarkLogic XML system.
> If anyone is interested in more information, or in applying, please  
> let me know.
totally interested, do you provide relocation?work visa?, *S*S*S; you are kind
of remote, finland here:*S*
have a great weekend
> Thanks!
> -- Mike
> About HighWire Press: http://highwire.stanford.edu/about/
> The job posting (all together now... "I hate Trovix"):
> http://recruit.trovix.com/jobhost/jobhost/ViewJobPostDetails.do? 
> +PRESS&jobPostId=599721&accountId=de85ad313f8598db1c42b567a3df24a00497ba
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> Michael Friedman                     HighWire Press
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> FAX:   270-721-8034                  <friedman at highwire.stanford.edu>
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