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Re: Programmers with network engineering skills
From: Mike Hale <eyeronic.design () gmail com>
Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2012 22:34:12 -0800

Isn't this what the entire DevOps movement is kinda trying to push?

I see quite a few of these gigs pop up on Craigslist.  If you've
already invested some time in the search, perhaps it'd be better to
hire someone good with C/PHP and train them in the art of networking.

If you're located in a major city, I'm sure you can find a community
college that has a networking certificate program you can send your
developer to, along with an in-house training program.

Just a thought.  Best of luck.  :)

On Sun, Feb 26, 2012 at 5:27 PM, A. Pishdadi <apishdadi () gmail com> wrote:
Hello All,

i have been looking for quite some time now a descent coder (c,php) who has
a descent amount of system admin / netadmin experience. Doesn't necessarily
need to be an expert at network engineering but being acclimated in
understanding the basic fundamentals of networking. Understanding basic
routing concepts, how to diagnose using tcpdump / pcap, understanding
subnetting and how bgp works (not necessarily setting up bgp). I've posted
job listings on the likes of dice and monster and have not found any good
canidates, most of them ASP / Java guys.

If anyone can point me to a site they might recommend for job postings or
know of any consulting firms that might provide these services that would
be greatly appreciated.



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