Are you looking for challenging work in Dayton, Cincinnati, or Columbus -- or even Cleveland?
NuSoft Solutions, the company I joined at the start of this month, is looking for smart, motivated folks who are passionate about creating great solutions for our customers.
What skills and experience are we looking for? The most important thing is that you've got your head screwed on right: you care deeply about writing good code, you're a self-starter, you're excited about rolling up your sleeves and digging into work, you embrace change since the customer is paying you to meet their needs, and you're concerned about helping customers solve their business problems. It's also important that you're able to communicate effectively with customers, both internal and external.
No practical .NET experience? That may not be an issue if you've got solid development experience in other platforms -- but you've got to have the right mindset and be willing to hit the ground running to get up to speed.
So what can I tell you about NuSoft Solutions so far? I haven't posted much lately because I've been up to my ears learning the great stuff SharePoint Server 2007 brings to the table, I've been up to my nose trying to learn more about NuSoft's program management tasks (got work in that area in the next few weeks), I've been dipping my toes into studying for another certification test, and I've been trying to get more face time in with my family since finishing the major parts of our book.
My time at NuSoft so far has been terrific. I'm seriously in awe of the amazingly smart folks I work with (just sit in a room, shut up, and listen), and I'm in awe of the really, really cool things we're working on as a company: business intelligence, mobile development, emerging technologies (MOSS, etc.), some serious infrastructure work (SMS, Exchange, AD, etc.), and some award-winning work on some neat sites like Spout.
Life as a Microsoft Managed Gold Partner is pretty good, too. We get plenty of access to all the latest toys and have some very unique opportunities to roll those out to solve real-world problems.
Interested? Drop me a note via the contact link on the right sidebar -- that goes to my Iterative Rose address, but fear not, I'll pay you immediate attention!