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Aspose is looking for a UK team leader (remote working 27th July 2009)

Ben Li
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Joined: Jul 27, 2009
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Aspose is one of the leading .NET and Java component vendors with specialization in file format manipulating. To truly penetrate the European market, we are looking for a business savvy developer from UK to build our UK team.

To apply for this job, you need to have hands-on experience in .NET and Java development so you can understand what our offerings are, how they can used by .NET and Java developers, etc. Furthermore, you need to have great business sense so you can know where the real market is, how to chase the market to make the maximal revenue, etc. Finally, you can come from anywhere in UK because you will work remotely from your place.

If interested please send your resume to ben dot li at aspose dot com. Thanks.
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to JavaRanch and good luck finding the right person for that job.
Ben Li
Greenhorn

Joined: Jul 27, 2009
Posts: 2
Hi Campbell,

Thanks for fixing the title. Since we do not care about the location, "remote working" is perfect to describe its nature.

BTW, how can I edit my post? "how they can used by .NET and Java developers" obviously should be "how they can be used by .NET and Java developers".

Best regards,

Ben Li
Campbell Ritchie
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You can edit your posts for (I think) 24 hours after posting with the brown "edit" button at the top right of the message. You will see it says "edited i times, last time on [date and time] by [name]"" at the bottom.
 
 
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