> I think thats a great (having a place for people looking for jobs).
> Actually I'll be looking for a job (I really want to get somthing Linux
> related) I'm a first year, Mature student so if this cvdb idea kicks in
> I'll definatly use it.
>That reminds me - anyone wanna put a list of DB fields together for me? Never
mind the agencies/employers fields for now - although if you have time, go for
it - but I could do with the ones for CV's. I don't even remember what a CV
looks like anymore!
> Or if someone in the Linux World is looking for an eager novice, Mail me
>Experienced with Linux (command line), HTML (handcoded), Perl, PHP, MySQL,
Apache? Running Linux *and* Windows? Willing to work from home? Willing to work
on a percentage basis? Willing to work on "portal" projects for nothing on the
off-chance they might succeed and garner you 33% of the profits? Call me! :)
Amazing how little people fit those qualifications. Especially the last one. :)
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