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Subject: Positions Vacant: Software Development
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 94 11:47:22 +1000
From: David Arnold <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Software Developers: Walter Project
Rather watch Mosaic than Melrose?
Been around the net for a while?
Compile and configure GNU software in your sleep?
At home with C, Perl and TCL?
Late nights, hoopy code, fast machines and free pizza.
If you think you can keep up with a team of top notch, fanatical
software developers creating the foundations of cyberspace, we've got
two immediate places for the right people.
We're looking for insanely enthusiastic young adventurers with an
intuitive feel for technology and a burning desire to change the
future. You'll get to work with a bogglingly awesome, tight-knit team
that's dedicated to producing world-beating distributed systems
Experience with Unix and C gets you in the door, attitude will get you
the job. Grokking the depths of Microsoft Windows GUI and network
programming or inside knowledge of distributed systems gets the bonus
You'll be working for the Walter Project at the Co-Operative Research
Centre for Distributed Systems Technology (DSTC). The DSTC started in
July 1992 under a Federal Government program as a joint venture
involving universities, governments, and industry. We're committed to
excellence in research and technology transfer.
A detailed duty statement and selection criteria are available.
Initial contract is for one year and pay between $27,000
and $33,000. If you deserve more - tell us why.
No smoking and equal opportunity for all.
snail Director, Corporate Services,
DSTC Pty Ltd,
Level 7, Gehrmann Laboratories,
The University of Queensland, 4072
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