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CritSuite Toolset Immediate Project Needs

by Chris Peterson



  • Faster Pentium Server ($7000)
  • High Quality Laptop ($5000)

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Database Volunteer Position

Individual with skills and experience in Database Administration and in application development in a Unix database environment such as Sybase or Oracle. Skills include database installation and configuration of a new database instance. Ideally the individual should also be able to do database performance analysis and tuning. Experience with applications development using Structured Query Language and PERL desired, experience with OraPERL and/or SybPERL is a plus.

If you have some or all of these skills send email to Foresight Institute.

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