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We probably know more people who've had Python or Java training than most - which might be why some people think we're a good bet as a recruitment agency - able to provide them with staff to fill PHP or Perl programming positions, or with a vast knowledge of Tcl or Apache Tomcat. But I never cease to be amazed at the adverts / requests that come in looking for someone with 2x years of experience in a technology that's only been around for x years; these people might do better to check their adverts, or to approach the originators of the technology as those will be closest to their requirement!

On the subject of recruitment, we can occasionally help but we're really not best placed to do so. The majority of our training course clients are booked onto our courses by their employers and it would be a severe conflict of interest if we then put these trainees in touch with other who wanted to steal that skilled person. Some of the remaining 10% (or so) of clients who book personally will - with practise - make superb practitioners of the skills they've learned with us; others may not get that practise and their MySQL skills might not develop as they would have anticipated; it's hard for us to know which are which but we can (and occasionally do) put people in this group in touch with people who are looking for skilled IT staff or contractors with appropriate technology experience.

(written 2005-11-23, updated 2006-06-05)

 
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