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RE: [ruby-81] Looking for ROR Developers

From: user 4.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 4:10 PM
WOW.. So far the only responses iv'e received, are critizing me on what
I've done wrong. It was out of curtesy that I dropped a quick note here.
I thought maybe there's people here that could use a better job, better
pay, shorter commute etc.. If your writing to tell me what to do better
next time.. Save yourself the energy. If your actually interested in
seeing a job description or a link to a website... Let me know. 

I'm sorry if this is inconvienent to you guys, 
All the best!

Jake Bear
Sr. Recruiter
Jivaro Professional Headhunters
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-----Original Message-----
From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Rich
Sent: Wednesday, July 28,[masked]:58 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [ruby-81] Looking for ROR Developers

At 6:29 PM [masked]/28/10, Jake wrote:
> Hey Everyone,
>    I'm a Sr. Headhunter here in the Bay Area with Jivaro. My firm is 
> working on several fulltime Ruby/ROR roles here that I thought might 
> be intersting to this group. I have some job descriptions ready to go.

> Let me know if your interested in learning more. Thanks for your time 
> and consideration.


Bay Area Ruby and Rails Meetups get inundated by notices from
headhunters, so the members have gotten a bit picky about what they
respond to.  If you want the best chance of getting responses, you
should put in some specific information on the positions and
organizations involved.  Saying "fulltime Ruby/ROR roles" isn't enough
to garner much interest, let alone responses.

More generally, including another message in its entirety is seldom good
form.  When the included message has nothing at all to do with the topic
of your own message, it looks as if you weren't paying much attention.


P.S.  "if your interested" should be "if you're interested".
http://www.cfcl.c...­            Rich Morin
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