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  1. job opportunity for backup & recovery expert with well funded open source startup

    Hi there,

    If you are thinking about switching careers from system administration
    to technical marketing, please consider Zmanda, a leader in open source
    backup and archiving.

    Zmanda, Inc. offers open source based storage software and services. We
    have a unique combination of experience in enterprise storage software
    and open source development. Our focus on openness, simplicity and
    security results in significant cost reduction for data protection for
    our customers.

    We are located in Sunnyvale, CA and we offer attractive compensation,
    plus a benefits package that includes health and life insurance, stock
    options and 401K plan. There are great opportunities for growth. We are
    venture funded by 'smart money'.

    We are looking for a technical marketing engineer who will be
    responsible for:

    - White papers
    - Customer case studies
    - Benchmarking of scalability and performance
    - Competitive reviews
    - Updates to wiki http://wiki.zmanda.com and moderating forums
    http://forums.zmanda.com/

    An ideal candidate might have the following background (in order of
    importance):

    - Ability to explain technical concepts
    - Writing skills
    - Passion to share his/her expertise with large community through user
    forums, blogging and other Internet technologies
    - 2-3 years in software development or UNIX/Linux system administration
    - Understanding of Open Source issues
    - Experience in storage software especially backup and archiving

    We have many other job openings for storage experts, see
    http://www.zmanda.com/jobs.html. If interested, please contact:
    ---------
    Dmitri Joukovski
    VP, Product Management
    Zmanda, Inc. Open Source Data Protection and Archiving
    dj@zmanda.com
    (650) 269-0284
    http://wiki.zmanda.com


  2. Re: job opportunity for backup & recovery expert with well funded open source startup

    [Posted and mailed]

    In article <1147823607.934251.290900@u72g2000cwu.googlegroups. com>,
    joukovski@gmail.com writes:
    > Hi there,
    >
    > If you are thinking about switching careers from system administration
    > to technical marketing, please consider Zmanda, a leader in open source
    > backup and archiving.
    >



    Hi there, yourself.

    With well over 300 newsgroups with the word "jobs" in their title - a subtle
    clue to their nature and purpose - you, instead, selected a discussion group
    for your spam. If there was ever a reason NOT to seek employment or do
    business with your firm, this is it, as you clearly have no idea of
    etiquette, the purpose of the group or the basic decency to at least ask
    whether such a posting might be inappropriate or counter to the group's
    charter.

    Good bye, don't let the door hit you in the but as you're leaving.

    --
    Robert G. Melson | Rio Grande MicroSolutions | El Paso, Texas
    -----
    "When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied
    sacrifice in a contemptible struggle." ---Edmund Burke
    -----


  3. Re: job opportunity for backup & recovery expert with well funded open source startup

    On 16 May 2006 16:53:27 -0700, joukovski@gmail.com wrote:
    > Hi there,
    >
    > If you are thinking about switching careers from system administration
    > to technical marketing,


    Go away, spammer. You give a bad name to the open-source world.



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