Senior Visual Basic, C, UNIX, HPUX

Senior Visual Basic, C, UNIX, HPUX

Post by JOE WAT » Sat, 13 Apr 1996 04:00:00



Position:     Visual Basic Developer
Location:     Portland, Oregon
Duration:     Permanent
Skills:       Senior VB (5-7 years), UNIX, C, HPUX

Desired:      Web development, Banking background

Summary:      Will serve as senior VB consultant,
              helping companies in the Portland, Oregon area
              with their development projects.

              Strong UNIX and C experience also highly desirable.

Salary:       $50-70k+ (DOE)
Benefits:     Annual bonus pool
              Fully paid family health plans
              3 weeks vacation first year
              On-going training (Oracle training also available)
              Relocation expenses


(text format is fine, or attach WORD6 or WP document). If unable
to email, please fax to 503/639-6836.

 
 
 

Senior Visual Basic, C, UNIX, HPUX

Post by Luke Webb » Sun, 14 Apr 1996 04:00:00



>Position:     Visual Basic Developer
>Location:     Portland, Oregon
>Duration:     Permanent
>Skills:       Senior VB (5-7 years), UNIX, C, HPUX

Now that's a tough requirement! They're going to have to hire twins. <g>

(VB isn't five years old yet is it? It sure as hell isn't seven.)

Luke
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Senior Visual Basic, C, UNIX, HPUX

Post by Joe Foster of Bo » Tue, 16 Apr 1996 04:00:00




> >Position:     Visual Basic Developer
> >Location:     Portland, Oregon
> >Duration:     Permanent
> >Skills:       Senior VB (5-7 years), UNIX, C, HPUX
> Now that's a tough requirement! They're going to have to hire twins. <g>
> (VB isn't five years old yet is it? It sure as hell isn't seven.)

VB 1.0 came out in 1991, I think. At least, my VBRUN100.DLL is
dated May 10, 1991. However, VB 1.0 was useful pretty much only
as a sort of DemoIt for Windows. Even rudimentary database
capabilities, and only through ODBC, weren't introduced until VB
2.0 the next year.

[chomp]

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