Entry Level Python Jobs

koranthala koranthala at gmail.com
Thu Sep 3 15:36:24 CEST 2009


On Sep 3, 9:19 am, steve <st... at lonetwin.net> wrote:
> On 09/03/2009 09:36 AM, steve wrote:
>
> > Hi Jonathan,
> > [...snip...]
>
> I feel stupid replying to my own post but just one more thing i thought about
> mentioning but forgot to add:
> - Look at your Liberal Arts major as an advantage. Every field has a 'computing
> gap' that needs to be filled but cannot be done because they aren't any too many
> good people who have the relevant cross-domain knowledge. For instance, one of
> the reasons I think this month's sourceforge.net project of the month is really
> great is because the lead dev. has a CS degree and is listed as being a medicine
> student:http://sourceforge.net/community/potm-200909/
>
> So, look for these gaps in your domain which can be filled using your technical
> knowledge.
>
> again, ..
>
>
>
> > Wish you the best,
> > regards,
> > - steve
>
> --
> random non tech spiel:http://lonetwin.blogspot.com/
> tech randomness:http://lonehacks.blogspot.com/
> what i'm stumbling into:http://lonetwin.stumbleupon.com/

Also, I think topcoder.com is a good place for him. I have not used
them much, but their business plan -- of asking medium to difficult
questions every week, and contacting people who solves them with jobs
-- is quite sound.
Try that too.



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