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Wed, 31 Jan 2001 12:23:37 -0500
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Folks,

At this time I find myself once again looking for another position. I did
work with Ada in the late 1980's, but since that time I have been occupied
on the dark side, C and C++. And its true, you either love them, or you use
them :-)

That was primarily because I have had great difficulty finding positions
that utilize Ada. And the primary reason for that would be that I am not a
US citizen.

I have noticed the increasing presence that Ada 95 is now gaining, and if a
suitable position was available, I would be very interested.

I live in the Northern VA, Washington DC area, and relocation is unlikely to
be an option. I have over 20 years software engineering experience,
including project management and supervisory experience. And, as above, I am
a US permanent resident, not a US citizen.

I am not asking anybody to do a job search for me, simply that if you are
aware of opportunities in this area for Ada, pass on some contact info to
me, and I'll do the rest.

Thank you for any and all assistance.
Lance Kibblewhite
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