[ale] [CONTRACT WORK OFFERRED] Perl Programmer(s) in Atlanta
sadkins at therubicongroup.com
Tue Apr 8 16:08:16 EDT 2003
I posted this offer of Perl development contract work to the Atlanta.pm
mailing list (Atlanta Perl Mongers), and Keith Watson suggested I should
post it here too.
Please read below if you are (1) a Perl developer with good experience,
(2) available and interested in some contract work.
At 02:26 PM 4/8/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>We need to employ one or more Perl contractors in Atlanta soon.
>(part time or full time)
>I sent out a message earlier about this (and got one qualified response),
>but the requirements have changed a bit, so I am sending this again.
>We have developed a framework for searching Hotel web sites and Car Rental
>web sites to find the available rates which they are offering. We navigate
>the sites, parse the HTML, and return structured data as though we were
>reading from a database.
>We are currently scanning Travelocity (http://www.travelocity.com) in this
>We need additional Perl programmers to develop modules for other web sites
>using the approach and the framework which we have demonstrated works well
>We are using a combination of WWW::Mechanize (built on LWP::UserAgent),
>HTML::TokeParser, and the App-Context, App-Repository, and App-Widget
>distributions from the P5EE project. (see the following references)
>We are a small Internet ASP (Application Service Provider) that has
>about 8 employees and is currently *profitable*. We are growing the
>company slowly and surely.
>We serve the travel industry to help them understand their competitive
>position in the marketplace (i.e. the prices they offer, relative to the
>prices offered by their competitors).
>WHAT TO DO
>If are interested and available, please email me back directly (not through
>the Atlanta.pm list)
>Please send your resume too of course.
>And let me know what your availability to work is:
> * how soon? how much? (full time? part time?)
>The ideal candidate(s) would have good experience and skill in software
>development in perl, have good experience with web applications/HTML/HTTP,
>be available for full-time work soon, and be interested in this engagement
>turning into full-time employment in due time if all went well.
>Atlanta-pm mailing list
>Atlanta-pm at mail.pm.org
Keith R. Watson GTRI/ITD
Systems Support Specialist III Georgia Tech Research Institute
keith.watson at gtri.gatech.edu Atlanta, GA 30332-0816
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