[sf-lug] Looking for a Senior MySQL administrator in San Francisco

Sarah Mei sarahmei at gmail.com
Tue Jul 11 18:57:37 PDT 2006

I've done quite a bit of nonprofit tech consulting, and my experience
has been very different from Adrien's.  Nonprofits of 2-3 people, ok,
many of them are on the last fiber of a shoestring when it comes to
tech -- but once they reach the 40-employee stage, they know the
difference between good tech help and bad, and are willing to pay
appropriately for the former.

I thought the post was reasonable.  There are lots of people out there
who enjoy a bit of database management, a bit of programming, a bit of
deployment management, a bit of sys admining...and even a bit of
project management.  They tend to become consultants ;-).  But you
never know when life changes will make you crave a regular salary and


On 7/11/06, Todd Huss <thuss at greatschools.net> wrote:
> If you think you might be a good fit by all means please apply and if
> you're called in for an interview you can decide if we seem like a
> penniless fly by night company looking to work you into the ground or
> who knows, maybe you'll find that we're a great company to work for!

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