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justin england

Joined: Sep 13, 2000
Posts: 8
My name is Justin England and I am a Senior Recruiter with Trilogy in Austin.
I am here for 3 reasons.
1. I noticed there are a lot of people that could use some good career advice. This is general interview advice and advice on negotiating and changing jobs, ect .... please do not ask for java specific interview questions. All companies are different and you will be wasting your time trying to figure out what they will ask. Ask a Recruiter today !!
2. I am looking for the smartest software and user interface developers (with a sense of humor) and may want to hire you for what was just ranked as one of the best privately held software companies in the US.
3. CA$H !! Everyone likes money, right ?? Check this out .... I will pay $5,000.oo for every single person that is referred to me for a software or user interface developer position (obviously I must hire them) - no strings attached. You give me a name and a number - I hire them - you get 5k.
My email is
***** REMEMBER ***** I am here to help so if you just have a question - email me. I answer these questions in my free time so hang in there.
[This message has been edited by justin england (edited September 13, 2000).]

Angela Poynton
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Joined: Mar 02, 2000
Posts: 3143
I was going to move this to Jobs offered but then realised the same post is already there. Justin, although we do appreciate your offer of work can you please keep it in the relevent forum and do not repeat postings accross forums. Everyone in this forum is looking for work and if you have it to offer then please reply to their posts or e-mail them directly.
Javaranch tries to keep all topics relevent to the thread that they are in and we have to do our best to keep this consistant otherwise things would get horribly confusing.
So I'm going to close this thread here, if anyone wants to reply to it, please go to the same thread in Jobs Offered!

Pounding at a thick stone wall won't move it, sometimes, you need to step back to see the way around.
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