Off subject: Permanent Perl Development role, Manhattan

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My firm places Information Technology professionals in the NY/NJ area.
We're currently recruiting for an exciting development role in web and
back end development using Perl, Apache, C, Oracle,  and Linux.  This
is a permanent position for a fast growing technology company in
Manhattan. Details are as follows:

    Part of a 15 member team working on numerous Web and back end
initiatives using Perl, SQL, and Oracle with strong skills in
networking, firewalls, protocol design, reusable components and stream
    Focus on performance and  security using many tools in an open
source environment.

    Bachelors in Computer Science or equivalent and a passion for
programming and how things really work.
    At least 2 years of concentrated experience with Perl.
    Strong 2 years of experience with SQL (preferably Oracle) and C

Desired Skills:
    Network/Socket programming.
    Experience with UDP, TCP, TTL, MTU, network security.
    Linux systems administration
    Open Source Development

Please email to explore further.

Thank you,

Bartfield Search, Inc.
66 Witherspoon Street #301
Princeton, NJ 08542

Re: Off subject: Permanent Perl Development role, Manhattan

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