Re: [New-York-MongoDB-User-Group] [JOB]Full time Developer w/ MongoDB experience for a Fortune 1000 client in NYC!

From: Mark C.
Sent on: Thursday, September 8, 2011 5:04 PM
Agreed. Like Meghan mentioned, however, the name of the company would be great to know. I understand recruiters are trying to protect their bottom line as the middleman/connector,­ not wanting to be skipped if the job-hunter decides to go directly to the source employer, but that is probably one of the more important tidbits when considering whether or not to dig deeper into the opportunity. Definitely a tidbit I need before deciding if it is a real possibility or a waste of my time. 

Personally, if I hear from a recruiter about a gig, I will not go around them to apply. I will go through the recruiter. It's only fair and saves me leg-/finger-work. 

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On Sep 8, 2011, at 4:50 PM, Michael Papile <[address removed]> wrote:

> This comes up a lot on niche community orientated mailing lists.  It is indeed annoying when you get recruiters posting .net positions to Ruby user groups, and that is spam.  However I would personally not consider a well targeted email for a job opportunity as spam.  At every MongoDB user meetup I have been to, there have been plenty of "We're hiring" announcements.  I know most people are gainfully employed in this field, but a job is a very beneficial thing!  And if I were looking for people, I would be at MongoDB meetups and posting on lists because the people you want are the people active in the community.
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> On 09/08/[masked]:37 PM, Meghan wrote:
>> Unless others disagree, I'm fine with job announcements on this list
>> as long as they are MongoDB-related. In general, I would also prefer
>> that the name of the company be included in the post.
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>> Thanks,
>> Meghan
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>> On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 3:57 PM, Steve Holden<[address removed]>  wrote:
>>> For the same reason you are: there might be something of value to members.
>>> Sit back and watch: recruiter spam *isn't* tolerated. We're pretty hot on
>>> good manners too ;-)
>>> regards
>>>  Steve
>>> On Sep 8, 2011, at 12:45 PM, Denis Papathanasiou wrote:
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>>> Why is recruiter spam tolerated on this list?
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