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Looking for advice on where to find software engineers.

Tom Martinson <thomas.s.martinson-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at> writes:

> Basically the software is a resource management software specifically 
> for Cable companies.  It is used to gather information about a number of 
> different things, and then present a number of things.  The software is 
> based on IPDR so there is no DPI (Some of us, like myself have strong 
> feelings about DPI)  PCMM is used to control and adjustments (up or 
> down) that needs to happen in the network.

What does "Dots Per Inch" have to do with "Internet Protocol Domain

> Some of the Key areas are
> Postgres
> RHEL/CentOS 5.x
> Buis
> Does this help?

Job Location?
Background requirements?
Contract?  Perm?

> Tom


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