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[ot] grumble WORK grumble

Not sure if you would be interested or not, but we have a number of
positions where I work (Akamai Technologies).

I work in the Network Operations group, which actually handles more
Linux system administration than classic network operations work.

We have a range of positions available.  Some are shift based
(Technician or Engineer), and some are off of shift and are more high
level planning work (Senior Engineer or the Senior Engineer manager

Let me know if you're interested.

On Mon, 2005-03-07 at 23:25 -0500, Derek Martin wrote:
> Like any number of other people, I too am now looking for a job.  My
> background, as many of you know, is Unix and Linux system
> administration.  I've been away from the fold for about 3 years, and
> to be honest I haven't touched a Unix (non-Linux) box in more like
> 5...  I know that puts me at a disadvantage.
> Nevetheless, I'm experienced and bright, so I have confidence that
> there's a position just for me somewhere.  If anyone has any decent
> leads, please feel free to forward them to me at the following
> address:
>   code at
> Please note that this address gets a LOT of unsolicited mail (by
> design - much of which is "legitimate", but more than half of which is
> spam).  I'd appreciate it if you could put something obvious like
> [WORK] in the subject line, to make it easier to sift through all the
> garbage.
> TIA!
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