[portland] django coders?

Rami Kassab rami at typethink.com
Mon Jun 15 20:30:02 CEST 2009

Jeff, was mainly referring to marketing itself better to developers. While
we work to get our clients to agree to having Python development, it's not
something that our clients come asking us to do right off the bat.

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On Sun, Jun 14, 2009 at 8:36 PM, Jeff Rush <jeff at taupro.com> wrote:

> Rami Kassab wrote:
> >
> > Nonetheless, Dylan is very correct. Python needs to market itself
> better!!!
> Actually from what you describe, Python -is- being marketed very well --
> it is producing clients asking for Python developers that cannot be
> found.  I see that here in Dallas as well.
> Or did you mean that Python needs to encourage more developers to
> -enter- the Python job market?  That's a different marketing problem.
> BTW, to anyone looking for Python developers there is a very good jobs
> announcement list on python.org that is closing positions rapidly and
> successfully.  Many employers send thankyou notes to the sysadmins about
> it being a valuable resource.
> -Jeff
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