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Topic # 101366 30-Apr-2012 14:49 Send private message

Zareason supply Linux desktops, servers and laptops:
http://zareason.com

They've recently created a new Twitter account for their new NZ-based operation:
http://twitter.com/ZaReasonNZ

When they tweeted about hiring a tech lead for NZ I asked for more information:
@ZaReasonNZ: for now we are shipping to NZ out of our CA, US shop while 1. hiring a tech lead for NZ (recommendations welcomed), and 2. landing an office
@parsley72: @ZaReasonNZ Do you have a job spec for a tech lead?
@ZaReasonNZ: @parsley72 Initially do everything: tech support, RMAs, inventory, builds on flexible part-time basis --> full-time --> hire your own team
@ZaReasonNZ: @parsley72 it's not for the faint of heart. Earl http://t.co/f6mWb6hl is the initial spark for the flame. Then we'll hire (you interested?)
@ZaReasonNZ: @parsley72 Za does builds and customization -- it's our own hardware, technically it's "Built in NZ". Tech Lead hires builders as needed.

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  Reply # 617461 30-Apr-2012 14:50 Send private message

Yes, saw them on Twitter yesterday...




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