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#1: Seriously Disruptive DBA Needed!!!!!!!!! - London, United Kingdom

Posted on 2007-08-23 22:22:06 by james benjamin

Hi, I work for a mobile technology company in London.

We are looking to recruit a MySQL DBA.

The world of the enterprise DBA is changing, be part of it. Like it or
not, open source technology is making serious inroads into the
enterprise environment. Justifying the purchase of a heavyweight RDBMS
with it's associated overhead, when credible Open Source alternatives
exist, is getting harder and harder. Our client positively welcomes this
change. Without it, they wouldn't exist.. Having said this, business
models may be changing, but operational requirements are not. Although
they are committed to Open Source, they are more passionately committed
to their service, their subscribers, and not being woken up at
unsociable hours of the morning. Our client is hiring a DBA to be part
of it's Engineering team. This is both a production support and
development role that requires architect grade thinking. They are a
small team of open source and telephony experts, many with a track
record of contribution to Open Source projects - That's the disruptive
part. The serious part is their focus on quality of service,
sustainability and our global aspirations. Your CV will tell a credible
story that involves successful implementations at an enterprise scale.
Your focus will be on service delivery and sustainability, not be a
simple "shopping list" of products and acronyms (our client are smart
people, and their attention span is short). You will bring to our client
mature DBA skills to bear on a rapidly growing environment. If you agree
that the world is changing, and want to be right at the forefront of
these changes, we need to talk. Whether you're a seasoned Oracle DBA who
doesn't know their INNODB from their MyISAM, or a hardcore MySQL DBA
with contributions to the code base, our client wants to hear from you.

Our client is in a position to offer an exceptional basic - they want
quality people and that´s why I am working with them - to source them
quality and exceptional candidates not only for this role but several
others that they are recruiting for.=20

Perhaps we could speak?

Thanks James

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#2: Re: Seriously Disruptive DBA

Posted on 2007-08-24 16:35:44 by jonathan.lampe

Hello,

Here's 4 easy steps that show how you too can be a "Seriously
Disruptive" DBA:

1) Sign on to MySQL as "root"
2) Perform a "show databases;"
3) For each entry you see, issue a "drop database X;" command
4) Sign out and disavow any knowledge of your actions

At 03:22 PM 8/23/2007, james benjamin wrote:
>We are, like, totally down with recruiting a "Seriously Disruptive" MySQL DBA.
>...hardcore MySQL DBA with contributions to the code base...

Now seriously...I was a bit confused here: many MySQL "DBAs"
(certainly the ones chasing the MySQL certificates) just want to
master the latest production-rated edition of MySQL; they aren't
really interested in coding. In fact, I was a bit surprised to see
that there was no mention of the MySQL cert program in Mr. Benjamin's
advertisement looking for a "MySQL DBA" - wouldn't that pool of
certified MySQL DBAs seem like a better place to start?

MySQL moderators - can we limit these sort of messages to just
"jobs@lists.mysql.com" or something? AFAIK, I'm currently only
subscribed to "win32@lists.mysql.com" at the moment and I don't link
this message "concern(ed) the MySQL software on Microsoft operating systems"


Regards,
- Jonathan Lampe
- Standard Networks, Inc.
- http://www.standardnetworks.com
- jonathan.lampe@standardnetworks.com


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#3: Re: Seriously Disruptive DBA

Posted on 2007-08-24 16:35:44 by jonathan.lampe

Hello,

Here's 4 easy steps that show how you too can be a "Seriously
Disruptive" DBA:

1) Sign on to MySQL as "root"
2) Perform a "show databases;"
3) For each entry you see, issue a "drop database X;" command
4) Sign out and disavow any knowledge of your actions

At 03:22 PM 8/23/2007, james benjamin wrote:
>We are, like, totally down with recruiting a "Seriously Disruptive" MySQL DBA.
>...hardcore MySQL DBA with contributions to the code base...

Now seriously...I was a bit confused here: many MySQL "DBAs"
(certainly the ones chasing the MySQL certificates) just want to
master the latest production-rated edition of MySQL; they aren't
really interested in coding. In fact, I was a bit surprised to see
that there was no mention of the MySQL cert program in Mr. Benjamin's
advertisement looking for a "MySQL DBA" - wouldn't that pool of
certified MySQL DBAs seem like a better place to start?

MySQL moderators - can we limit these sort of messages to just
"jobs@lists.mysql.com" or something? AFAIK, I'm currently only
subscribed to "win32@lists.mysql.com" at the moment and I don't link
this message "concern(ed) the MySQL software on Microsoft operating systems"


Regards,
- Jonathan Lampe
- Standard Networks, Inc.
- http://www.standardnetworks.com
- jonathan.lampe@standardnetworks.com


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#4: Re: Seriously Disruptive DBA

Posted on 2007-08-24 16:35:44 by jonathan.lampe

Hello,

Here's 4 easy steps that show how you too can be a "Seriously
Disruptive" DBA:

1) Sign on to MySQL as "root"
2) Perform a "show databases;"
3) For each entry you see, issue a "drop database X;" command
4) Sign out and disavow any knowledge of your actions

At 03:22 PM 8/23/2007, james benjamin wrote:
>We are, like, totally down with recruiting a "Seriously Disruptive" MySQL DBA.
>...hardcore MySQL DBA with contributions to the code base...

Now seriously...I was a bit confused here: many MySQL "DBAs"
(certainly the ones chasing the MySQL certificates) just want to
master the latest production-rated edition of MySQL; they aren't
really interested in coding. In fact, I was a bit surprised to see
that there was no mention of the MySQL cert program in Mr. Benjamin's
advertisement looking for a "MySQL DBA" - wouldn't that pool of
certified MySQL DBAs seem like a better place to start?

MySQL moderators - can we limit these sort of messages to just
"jobs@lists.mysql.com" or something? AFAIK, I'm currently only
subscribed to "win32@lists.mysql.com" at the moment and I don't link
this message "concern(ed) the MySQL software on Microsoft operating systems"


Regards,
- Jonathan Lampe
- Standard Networks, Inc.
- http://www.standardnetworks.com
- jonathan.lampe@standardnetworks.com


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#5: Re: Seriously Disruptive DBA

Posted on 2007-08-24 16:35:44 by jonathan.lampe

Hello,

Here's 4 easy steps that show how you too can be a "Seriously
Disruptive" DBA:

1) Sign on to MySQL as "root"
2) Perform a "show databases;"
3) For each entry you see, issue a "drop database X;" command
4) Sign out and disavow any knowledge of your actions

At 03:22 PM 8/23/2007, james benjamin wrote:
>We are, like, totally down with recruiting a "Seriously Disruptive" MySQL DBA.
>...hardcore MySQL DBA with contributions to the code base...

Now seriously...I was a bit confused here: many MySQL "DBAs"
(certainly the ones chasing the MySQL certificates) just want to
master the latest production-rated edition of MySQL; they aren't
really interested in coding. In fact, I was a bit surprised to see
that there was no mention of the MySQL cert program in Mr. Benjamin's
advertisement looking for a "MySQL DBA" - wouldn't that pool of
certified MySQL DBAs seem like a better place to start?

MySQL moderators - can we limit these sort of messages to just
"jobs@lists.mysql.com" or something? AFAIK, I'm currently only
subscribed to "win32@lists.mysql.com" at the moment and I don't link
this message "concern(ed) the MySQL software on Microsoft operating systems"


Regards,
- Jonathan Lampe
- Standard Networks, Inc.
- http://www.standardnetworks.com
- jonathan.lampe@standardnetworks.com


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