[tpm] Off-topic: My employer is looking for 2-3 people with text processing experience

Dave Doyle dave.s.doyle at gmail.com
Fri Sep 24 10:22:50 PDT 2010

Oh wow.  That brings me back.  I used to work for Canada Law Book.  I
remember when we tried to buy Quicklaw and Lexis Nexis blew us out of the
water. :)

While I'm not looking for myself, Canada Law Book (now the Cartwright Group)
has been sold and broken up. I have a friend or two who might fit the bill,
have experience with legal data and may be looking for greener pastures now
that the company is being pulled apart.  Is it okay if I pass something
along to them?


dave.s.doyle at gmail.com

On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 1:15 PM, Collier-Brown, David (LNG-CAN) <
David.Collier-Brown at lexisnexis.ca> wrote:

>  Lexis Nexis, the legal publishing company (whom you may know as
> QuickLaw) needs several Linux text processing people, for a 3-month
> contract long-term effort running and refactoring their Web and eBook
> publishing systems.
>  If you're interested, you primarily need text processing experience,
> either XML processing, typesetting, or classic parsing with Perl or
> lex/yacc.  The environment is Java on Linux, and it would also help if
> you also know agile methods.
>  Anyone who's interested, send me email and I'll pass it on to
> management.
> --dave
> --
> David Collier-Brown,
> (905) 479-2665 x306
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