[akentsch@UCENA.COM: RE: UCENA]
Iemand nog interesse in programmeerwerk of Windows adminnen?
----- Forwarded message from Adrian Kentsch <akentsch@UCENA.COM> -----
Subject: RE: UCENA
Date: Wed, 3 May 2006 10:54:17 +0200
From: Adrian Kentsch <akentsch@UCENA.COM>
To: Robbert Haarman <email@example.com>
Thanks for your mail!
As you know, we have high plans for our company to finally move on from where it stands and grow much faster.
We have certain projects in development, but we are lacking programmers to get these projects to an end sooner. We have many clients eagerly waiting for them to be finished, meaning that we know for sure these projects are going to sell and sell good.
We also have a certain steady income from our monthly paid sysadmin at RA, but we are also lacking more members to make sure RA is fully satisfied andfeels there is more than just two people working for them. This is important, because with this income we can also assure the budget for programming.
So, as you can see, the company has all the great chances to grow, but it'snot very stable at this stage. What we really need is both a linux server expert and a windows server expert. You would be of great help with linux, so I'm very glad you are interested in helping there. About the windows side, I will ask you like I did with anyone else: do you happen to know any people you trust that are good enough and would be interested?
Thanks a lot and all the best!
A.M. (Adrian) Kentsch - Ucena Technologies
From: Robbert Haarman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tue 2-5-2006 14:15
To: Adrian Kentsch
How are you? Hanga told me (again) that you have been talking about
employing me for UCENA. I'll tell you what I think about it, maybe we
can work something out. To me, there are a couple of good things about
it, and a couple of bad things. I'm just gonna be very direct about it.
The good things:
- We're friends. I like you guys. It should be good working with people
- UCENA works with UCU and ROAC, which I both like.
The bad things:
- The way I see it, you guys are taking too much work and getting too
stressed because of it. I don't want to be part of that.
- Lots of Microsoft stuff there. I just don't trust it to be reliable,
and I don't want to deal with the problems it causes.
That's about it. Hanga told me that you have been suggesting I could do
some admin work on the Linux servers. That sounds like a good idea. I
figure it's not subject to the pressure from deadlines like programming
work would be, and it's not Microsoft tech, either. So if that sounds
good to you too, or if you have some other ideas, let's talk.
"It's often easier not to do something dumb then to do something smart."
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