Hal Hart (Hal Hart) wrote:
>  I just picked up VM from a Leslie Dorn(?) who is with an executive
> search firm representing the NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY who needs
> a senior software engineer with Ada experience.
> This is fascinating (and bullish!) news for the Ada community, but
> also a request I can best help with (esp. since I'm in SLC all of next
> week) by forwarding to all of you and invite anyone interested or
> knowing anyone who might be interested to call Leslie at 201/731-3033.
> Just tell her that I "referred" you.
>                                         -- Hal
> PS: I get a couple such calls on average monthly, mostly for positions
> at non-Govt-contractor commercial companies.  Should I post them to
> this list just so everyone sees what's happening out there with Ada
> and feel good about the progress and apparent good reputation that is
> growing for Ada, irregardless of whether it's appropropriate to use
> these lists for Ada job-matchups?  (for which I would vote "Yes" if
> asked, for reasons unique to Ada's situation)


I think that _any_ Ada job announcements are "Fair Game" for posting in
conspicuous places. Maybe the Booth could provide/maintain a list/lists
of similar openings worldwide (why restrict it?).  This information
alone is a powerful shot in the arm for Ada, and a shot in the head for
the nay-sayers (or "Ada is dead" sayers).
David F Harrison   -  Tri-Ada '97 Conference Chair
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