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'Re : PIC Employment Opportunity'
1997\02\14@024539 by Werner Terreblanche

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James Musselman <spam_OUTjamesTakeThisOuTspamRADIXGROUP.COM> wrote

> I have a possible PIC  based hardware/firmware development job for
> contracting out.  I will not post it to the PIClist unless the
> consensus is that it is acceptable.  Is it? James

I do believe it is quite interesting to read about possible
contracting jobs.  And it is a far side more Pic related than some of
the messages we sometimes see on this list.  So my vote is Yes,
people can post pic-based contracting jobs on the list. I'm sure many
others on the list feel this way too.

While we are on the topic.  Does anyone know of a site which lists people
who does contracting work from home?  These days, contracting are made so much
easier by the advent of email and Internet.  I'm surprized that there
is not many more private contracters offering their services on the
net.

Rgds
Werner
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1997\02\14@030236 by Mike

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At 09:50 AM 14/02/97 GMT+2, you wrote:
>James Musselman <.....jamesKILLspamspam.....RADIXGROUP.COM> wrote
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>> I have a possible PIC  based hardware/firmware development job for
>> contracting out.  I will not post it to the PIClist unless the
>> consensus is that it is acceptable.  Is it? James

>I do believe it is quite interesting to read about possible
>contracting jobs.  And it is a far side more Pic related than some of
>the messages we sometimes see on this list.  So my vote is Yes,
>people can post pic-based contracting jobs on the list. I'm sure many
>others on the list feel this way too.

I also agree - it is of academic interest to keep abreast but, of course
there should be some discretion maintained - and we should be
cognisant of keeping this diplomatic to avoid such things as bidding wars
(but these days most good developers have more work than they can handle).

>While we are on the topic.  Does anyone know of a site which lists people
>who does contracting work from home?  These days, contracting are made so much
>easier by the advent of email and Internet.  I'm surprized that there
>is not many more private contracters offering their services on the
>net.

Me too, though I like the academic arena also. May I suggest:-

1.      A regional directory - anyone care to offer their services in
       cataloging/maintaining this.

2.      Draft code of ethics covering responsibilities, disclosure,
       marketing etc.

3.      Putting this type of data on the PICLIST web page (or somewhere
       unobtrusive so its not forced on us).

4.      Catalog of commercial products and their general availabilty,
       I don't just mean development tools - I mean the real world outcomes
       of all those furious development hours.

5.      Contests, voting etc on various commercial products using PICs ?


Rgds


Mike

Some say there is no magic but, all things begin with thought then it becomes
academic, then some poor slob works out a practical way to implement all
that theory, this is called Engineering - for most people another form of magic.

1997\02\14@102409 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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>While we are on the topic.  Does anyone know of a site which lists people
>who does contracting work from home?  These days, contracting are made so much
>easier by the advent of email and Internet.  I'm surprized that there
>is not many more private contracters offering their services on the
>net.
>
Those of us that do consulting do not want to violate net etiquitte by
advertising here. If a specific question comes up it is usually acceptable
to answer but blatent advertising is not why we read these groups. We all
bennifit from information here and hopefully we all contribute what we can.
If new business comes from it that is a plus but we need to remember this is
a place to share information and get help as needed.
I think it is acceptable for anyone needing additional help to request that
here but I would hesitate to have people asking for jobs on a regular basis.
If you are doing this on a professional basis you should contact Microchip
for a listing in their third party guide. If you need to contract work out
this is also a good starting point. The IEEE also has links to members that
are consultants in all types of technical areas. You can check their Web page.

Larry
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1997\02\20@014917 by Harry J. Evry

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It seems there is no better place to find PIC relateed contractors,
consultants,  and/or subcontractors than here on the PIC list.  I would not
want to see the list used for actual project bidding or discussion, but I
don't see anything wrong with posting a request for interested prospects.

Just post a short message about the work required and ask that all responses
be emailed directly to the sender.  I know I'd be interested in hearing about
PIC related opportunities.

         Harry

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