I'm trying to help someone find qualified folks to fill a job openeing we have in the Search group at Yahoo. The requirements are, roughly:

  • C/C++ on Unix (~5 years)
  • Basic Networking Skills
  • Basic Unix Systems Programming Skills
  • Perl or scripting as a bonus (if not, you'll get to learn)

The job is on-site in Sunnyvale, California area. The role is helping to build and support some internal real-time monitoring tools.

Know anyone?

Resumes to: jzawodn@yahoo-inc.com


Posted by jzawodn at May 08, 2006 12:18 PM

Reader Comments
# http://search-engines-web.com/ said:


Okay - it was Digged - But just remember ;-)

"openeing" is really opening

on May 8, 2006 07:52 PM
# http://search-engines-web.com/ said:

Okay - it was Digged - But just Remember ;-)

"openeing" is really opening


on May 8, 2006 07:55 PM
# Brian Mark said:

Sure I know people... but not anyone that would be in that area. Sort of goes with living in the "Silicone Plains" that I know people from around here and not where you need them...

on May 8, 2006 10:10 PM
# Chris said:

Hey, send the resume to me instead. If I get the referral money, I will split it with you (I keep 90%). Jeremy will just horde it all for himself. ;)

on May 9, 2006 10:33 AM
# Tim Converse said:

Can you say "diversified revenue streams". :) Note the different ways that Jeremy is getting paid for this post: 1) by Yahoo!, if he refers someone who gets hired, 2) for any ads he's selling on this page, 3) for any links he's selling on this page (if he still does that), 4) by Yahoo! again just for blogging at all (it's part of Jeremy's job).

That is _so_ cool. :) Jeremy must be dropping some serious Hamiltons by now. :)

on May 9, 2006 12:38 PM
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