Anyone out there thinking about making a job change?? curious :-)

kirk immel (kirki@seidcon.com)
Sun, 21 Jun 1998 17:38:19 +0200 (MET DST)

Hi...

I'm trying to find a few good MS VC++ programmers (MCSE-certified is a plus)
interested in joining my team on a very high visibility job either in our
San Diego area or St Louis area office. Generally, you need to have a
college degree (prefer MS or PhD in Computer Sci, Physics, Math or
Engineering) and familiar with developing graphic-intensive client-server
(possibly intranet-like) optimization software. This includes genetic
algorithms, genetic programming, neural-nets, linear/non-linear programming,
and/or fuzzy systems for a Winnt 4.0 server-client arrangement.
Additionally, I am interested in those who are comfortable in tackling
OOD/OOP designs, distributed applications, applications requiring ODBC
interconnectivity with MS SQL Server 6.5.

This is truly an exciting opportunity for any mid-level ambitious individual
interested primarily in furthering his/her recognition within the field.
Our fundamental prototype is currently completed and has generated
excitement to the USAF four-star general officer level as well as the
secretary of defense and a variety of commercial air carriers (including
American airlines, and fed-ex).

if you are interested in discussing this opportunity with me, please send an
email immediately to me at:

kirki@seidcon.com

cc to sherris@seidcon.com

thanks in advance,
kirk immel, vp engineering
seidcon, inc.

voice: (760)722

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