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  • #1460
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    Pastor_Jason
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    Thought I would post this here. Over the years I’ve noticed a large population of techies drawn to TSI. Much of the TSI plan is a parellel of software production. My company recently opened up a web developer position. It pays 60k + bonuses, has full benefits but requires the staffer to be local. I was wondering if any of the more techie inclined folks here could offer up some suggestions on where I could post this other than the usual places (craigslist, monster.com, etc.) or if there were any good periodicals I could list this position in.

    Live Well!

    -Jason

    #12762
    Avatar of Ken Sims
    Ken Sims
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    Pastor_Jason wrote:

    I was wondering if any of the more techie inclined folks here could offer up some suggestions on where I could post this other than the usual places (craigslist, monster.com, etc.) or if there were any good periodicals I could list this position in.

    When the company I work for was looking for a local person/company to do some Sharepoint contract work, I posted it in a LinkedIn group that I am member of: a group that is specificially for techie people in the area where I live.

    #12765
    Avatar of Pastor_Jason
    Pastor_Jason
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    Ken,

    Linked in is a great resource. I’m in operations management and supply chain circles, neither of which are overly techie or local. I’m looking for a solution with narrower focus than a post on monster.com but with broader reach than the local paper, figured a periodical for web developers might be the way to go. I appreciate the feedback though.

    Thanks!

    -Jason

    #12768
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    Pastor_Jason
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    Seriously?! Why would you hijack this thread for that purpose?!

    TSI is Patri’s organization, it’s not something for the people, it’s something for him that can benefit people. Before you attempt mutiny, make sure you understand what a non-profit is and how it functions… this ain’t church.

    Then if you have something you want to contribute, do it on an appropriate thread… this thread has a purpose and an immediate need. What your doing is disruptive and I don’t appreciate it.

    Live Well!

    -Jason

    #12770
    Avatar of Ken Sims
    Ken Sims
    Keymaster
    Pastor_Jason wrote:

    Seriously?! Why would you hijack this thread for that purpose?!

    TSI is Patri’s organization, it’s not something for the people, it’s something for him that can benefit people. Before you attempt mutiny, make sure you understand what a non-profit is and how it functions… this ain’t church.

    Then if you have something you want to contribute, do it on an appropriate thread… this thread has a purpose and an immediate need. What your doing is disruptive and I don’t appreciate it.

    Live Well!

    -Jason

    Unfortunately the forum software doesn’t support splitting threads.

    So I manually started a new thread with that post and deleted it from here.

    #12777
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    Pastor_Jason
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    Ken,

    Thanks for the fix. That was the worst thread hijack I’ve seen in a long time. I have to admit, TSI using a few of the active members as moderators has worked out pretty well. There is a maturity in this forum that many others lack. Of course we have our moments of immaturity but still, overall… it’s a nice community.

    Live Well!

    -Jason

    #12784
    Avatar of tusavision
    tusavision
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    Pastor_Jason wrote:

    Ken,

    Thanks for the fix. That was the worst thread hijack I’ve seen in a long time. I have to admit, TSI using a few of the active members as moderators has worked out pretty well. There is a maturity in this forum that many others lack. Of course we have our moments of immaturity but still, overall… it’s a nice community.

    Live Well!

    -Jason

    If you can’t find it at a bookstore or big box retail it has a very small audience. I’m not at either at the moment, but flip through what you see and see if any of them are relevant. 2600 is specific to the hacker culture. Some of them are web developers but most aren’t. Web developers are the intersection of code monkeys and graphic artists.

    It’s a very mobile industry so you may be happier with the outcomes by finding a website you like and contracting with them. It’s generally a self employed industry since 1 website doesn’t usually justify keeping someone on staff.

    Drupal and GoDaddy are the big players. Check their forums.

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