Don't you need an employee?

(image stolen from that guy, he's also looking for a job)

I’m currently looking for a job.

What job I’m looking for? I have no idea. I did some things in my life, but that doesn’t mean I want to do them again. Most people think: “well, you’re a python hacker, so here is a python job for you!”. That’s just wrong. I want new challenges, I want to learn.

There are probably a lot of things that I could do and have fun. Obviously I don’t know things I haven’t worked on, so I have no idea they are fun or not. Here are the things I know I’d like to do:
  • I’d love to create a new asynchronous library. Libevent, which is industrial standard now, sucks in my opinion. It would be great to develop something new, which would be better than both libevent and nsock but take the advantages from both. Main features:
  • I'd like to finish my libevent based asynchronous server for Django. Fortunately Chris Stawarz thought about this idea and created specifications.
  • It would be great to finish my COMET framework for Google App Engine.
  • Here are some of my ideas, I enjoy them.
  • I always wanted to learn Erlang. I’d love to learn basic programming in MXML/Flash/Flex (but not too much and I'm not a graphics designer)

My profile at LinkedIn is a bit outdated, but on demand I can send my up-to-date CV. You can contact me using LinkedIn or write me using Google Talk widget (the white thing in the right panel of the blog).

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