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[Job-SF, CA] Database Caching Engineer

Hi all,

Our client is a leading enterprise software company in San Francisco -
App Server/Application Development & Devployment Platform.  They're
currently growing their Technical team, and would like to hear from all
of you talented engineers out there.  Below is a description of the
opportunity.  To express interest, please contact/send resume to
hiTECH.RECRUIT@gmail.com.

--Database Caching Engineer--

Location: San Francisco, CA

Our client's solutions empower enterprise developers to rapidly create
composite, event-driven applications that inherently deploy to
horizontally scaled, commodity computing environments.

Responsibilities:

"	Create an XML data model of heterogeneous data sources.
"	Create object mapping to heterogenous data sources.
"	Create a dynamic, queryable cache of data sources across a super
cluster of machines.
"	Enable writes to be layered on top of the cache and then
optimistically persisted to the data sources.
"	Integrate with transaction monitors for multi-phase commits.

Requirements:

"	Outstanding, accomplished coder.
"	5-10 years experience in the areas described.
"	Infrastructure software (BEA, IBM WebSphere, Borland, etc.)
"               Excellent People Skills
"               Excellent problem solving capabilities
"               Able to succeed in a fast-paced start-up environment

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hiTECH
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"hiTECH.RECRUIT" <hitech.recruit@gmail.com>  offered adoration to me with:
>Hi all,
``Shucks howdy!'' to you too.

>Our client is a leading enterprise software company in San Francisco -
When was the last time you represented a ``trailing'' company of any type?


>Our client is a leading enterprise software company in San Francisco -
>App Server/Application Development & Devployment Platform.  They're
>currently growing their Technical team, and would like to hear from all
>of you talented engineers out there.
When you look for ``something'' you rarely find it,
but when you look for ``anything'' you will certainly get ``something''.
Caveat emptor.

>                     To express interest, please contact/send resume to
> hiTECH.RECRUIT@gmail.com.
I am skeptical a technical recruiting firm lacking their own smtp domain
can also be considered ``reputable''.
Caveat lector.

>... [Ed: content abbreviated]
>" Create an XML data model of heterogeneous data sources.
Are the interactions between the ``data sources'' hierarchic or relational
in nature?
If the various ``data sources'' interact with eachother in a manner that is
not purely hierarchic then creating an ``XML Model'' (whatever that may
mean)
would not be considered correct design.
Do you even know what a ``hierarchic structure'' is?
Can you even spell ``XML'' ?

>" Create object mapping to heterogenous data sources.
Are you even aware the last twenty years of programming theory
has centered on ``object mappings'', or is your time-zone
``GMT -500 years''?

>" Create a dynamic, queryable cache of data sources across a super
>cluster of machines.
Could I substitute a ``database'' instead?

>" Enable writes to be layered on top of the cache and then
>optimistically persisted to the data sources.
I hear ``Views'' are in vogue now.  How about one of them?

>" Integrate with transaction monitors for multi-phase commits.
Really? How archaic.
Usually when we need to program XML-based object mappings
to heterogenous data sources to be layered on top of an
optimistically persisted cache across a super cluster of machines
it is considered standard practice to use an
Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator.

>Requirements:
>" Outstanding, accomplished coder.
How does your firm evaluate an applicant?
 o Does someone in your office actually know anything?
 o Does your office submit resumes to your client in batches?
 o Does your office shake a Magic Eight-Ball?
Is your firm even capable of conducting a technical evaluation
of any candidate?

>" 5-10 years experience in the areas described.
10 years of experience with XML?
Two thousand four minues ten...
....carry the three...
....cross divide by twenty six eighths...
Do you even know what YEAR it currently is?
Would you care to speculate on the birthyear of XML?

>" Infrastructure software (BEA, IBM WebSphere, Borland, etc.)
``IBM Websphere'' is a product, ``Borland'' is a company,
and ``BEA'' was Opie Griffen's kindly old aunt.
Either your message was garbled in news replication,
or you don't have any idea about what you speak of.
Fortunately there is no confusion on what ``etc'' could
possibly mean.

>"               Excellent People Skills
Could that be interpretted as ``Knows better than to spam
newsgroups while suffering from False Authority Syndrome'',
or simply ``Does not fart in elevators'' ?

>"               Excellent problem solving capabilities
Could that be interpretted as ``Identifying illogical and jack-assed
False Authority Syndrome and knowing how to respond to it'',
or more along the lines of ``Enjoys the refreshing challenge of attempting
to make computers behave in an illogical and inconsistant manner'' ?

>"               Able to succeed in a fast-paced start-up environment
I needed less than one minute to read this, and less than five seconds to
plan my response.  Is that fast enough for you?
Since I also exercised my own initiative in crafting my response,
does that mean I'm ``start-up'' enough for you?

I'm curious if you could differentiate between an Etch-A-Sketch and a
laptop, Oh Great (so-called) Technical Recruiter.
</RANT>


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Timothy
12/11/2004 10:28:19 PM
"hiTECH.RECRUIT" <hitech.recruit@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1102629465.631608.38790@c13g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
> Hi all,

[snip]
> " Outstanding, accomplished coder.
> " 5-10 years experience in the areas described.
> " Infrastructure software (BEA, IBM WebSphere, Borland, etc.)
> "               Excellent People Skills
> "               Excellent problem solving capabilities
> "               Able to succeed in a fast-paced start-up environment
>

What a load of horse-shit.

Roy


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Roy
12/11/2004 11:31:21 PM
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