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Any computer guru here? - February 1, 2007, 06:56 PM

My buddy is looking for UI analyst with 3 years experience....

Its a 6 month contract - hire position, good $$$

pm me if you are intrested.
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This is the wrong time of day to ask that Q. Ask during working hours on the east coast


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February 1, 2007, 08:32 PM

1. You should detail what type of UI they need to build. Web versus thick client.

2. What kind of technology? .Net? JSP? HTML? J2EE? Ruby on Rails? etc....

3. Location

4. Money range. This is DC....you can find a 100K range in salaries for essentially the same kinds of jobs.

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February 2, 2007, 04:36 PM

sorry guys for posting at the wrong time...

ok to answer your question....

1. Its not a software developer job. Its more of a design / prototype / analyst job. (although most people applying it are UI developers)

2. Because of the job nature, knowledge of technology is minor but they require one with strong UI sense, able to spot and provide solution for any user interaction problem, knowing the UI design priciple and stuff like that. If any technology required it will be UML, rational rose, Visio, photochop or anything that will help in design or prototyping...

3. Tyson Corner, VA

4. 90k (sorry not up to your 100k expectation)

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1. You should detail what type of UI they need to build. Web versus thick client.

2. What kind of technology? .Net? JSP? HTML? J2EE? Ruby on Rails? etc....

3. Location

4. Money range. This is DC....you can find a 100K range in salaries for essentially the same kinds of jobs.

Good luck.
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February 2, 2007, 05:04 PM

$90K for 6 months is nothing to sneeze at (or you may wish to clarify your answer). Regardless, I think he was referring to a disparity of $100K for the same job, as in one person gets $90K and another gets $190K for the same thing.
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February 3, 2007, 07:15 PM

sorry its actually in an annual rate. And its just a rough rate. The actual salary wont be firm until after some salary negotiation. Hince, more experience, more salary.
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