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Just a job or next "Next Thing" ?!!!!

 
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Calibra[www.calibra.com] is software company based in Irvine, California with an R&D center in Bangalore, India. We are pioneering a new category of software called "Referral Automation" - an intellectually challenging multi-disciplinary field that includes social networking analysis, graph theory, sociometrics, memetics, etc. Our flagship product is called Buzz - an electronic word of mouth that empowers web sites with referral capabilities, formalizes the viral marketing process, and facilitates peer-to-peer marketing � it�s the next �next thing� in Silicon Valley.

We are assembling a "dream" team with pedigree backgrounds. We are not interested in people who are just looking for a job but career-minded individuals who take a lot of proud in excelling in their profession. We are seeking not just skilled but talented, passionate, and highly professional people who are self-motivated, energetic, innovative, analytical, result-oriented, and competitive. Candidates must have good communication skills and must be team players. We are strongly biased towards individuals who have worked on products for vendors versus those who have worked on applications on behalf of consulting firms. Specifically, we are seeking the following:

J2EE Architect with at least 5 years of relevant experience in designing large scale and highly scalable web based applications, design patterns, open source tools, application servers, XML, UML, SOA, etc.

� Database architect with at least 5 years of experience in data analysis, data modeling, optimization, and administration of complex Oracle databases.

� Software engineers with at least 3 years of experience in Java, J2EE, EJB, Opensource API�s, XML, HTML, Javascript, SQL, etc.

� Software engineer with at least 3 years of experience in web controls, SWING, AWT, Javascript, HTML, DHTML, CSS, internal knowledge of browsers, etc.

If you have what it takes to work on the next �next thing�, please send your resume to david.saad@calibra.com

Thank you for considering Calibra.

Refer this job to a friend and you will earn a referral fee of 2% of the salary representing R4,000 to R40,000.
 
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These positions are in Irvine Ca or Bangalore India ?
If for Bangalore ,what are onsite chances?

Regards
Dharam Singh
 
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Mmmm..the fact that calibra.com stealth mode does not function at all in my firefox browser does not make me excited about it at all! Seriously guys...

So, I had to make my way to the /html/website/homepage/peek/ directory to have a look at the webpages.

Incidently, I spotted atleast one spelling mistake on the 'Products' page - 'bare' instead of 'bear'.
 
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Originally posted by Sonny Gill:
Incidently, I spotted atleast one spelling mistake on the 'Products' page - 'bare' instead of 'bear'.



There's also at least one typo in their post.
 
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