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Looking for Python staff

I'm often asked if I know any good Python programmers. And the next sentence is usually along the lines of "I'm looking to add Python programming resources to my team ...".

I do know some excellent Python programmers. Some are people that I've met over years of being in the business, but most are trainees who have been sent on our courses by their employers and who I've seen grow from new users through, in many cases, to expert practitioners.

Well House Consultants is NOT a recruitment agency. Our main commitment is to our delegates and to the companies who pay to sent them to us, so it would be a conflict of interest for me to proceed to help other people recruit them after the course. But there are exceptions; if a trainee has moved on from the employer who sent him on the course, or if he's a contractor who paid for his own place, then I'm happy to pass job opportunities on.

So you're looking for Python staff, I'm only able to offer you a very limited pool. And I can also help you build your own pool. We offer Python training courses; if you want to take on a new team member and get him trained up, or you have an existing employee looking for a new role, what a great solution. And that existing employee will already know your business too so he wouldn't need to learn that too.
(written 2006-02-01, updated 2006-06-09)

 
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