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VHDL and Verilog - 15 x Contract Engineers Required Urgently - Long Term Contract

Started by Specialist Verilog Engineers Roles June 27, 2007
My client is an award winning leader in their global field, and
looking to expand their broadcast engineering team. If you are an
engineer with strong Verilog VHDL experience then we would like to
hear from you. C++ and FPGA experience would be a nice to have. If you
want to be part of an unrivalled technical broadcast engineering team
then please call us. We have 15 Long Term Contract roles available.
Please call Richard Prentice on 020 7213 9876 for full information.

"Specialist Verilog Engineers Roles" <reast@madisonchase.co.uk> wrote in 
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> My client is an award winning leader in their global field, and > looking to expand their broadcast engineering team. If you are an > engineer with strong Verilog VHDL experience then we would like to > hear from you. C++ and FPGA experience would be a nice to have. If you > want to be part of an unrivalled technical broadcast engineering team > then please call us. We have 15 Long Term Contract roles available. > Please call Richard Prentice on 020 7213 9876 for full information. >
"Madison Chase are Specialists in creating fully customised resourcing strategies and processes that blend and streamline established methods of talent attraction, management and retention. We unlock distinctive and creative, indirect and direct channels, to gain access to the widest possible experience pools" A rather over-elaborate way of saying "we spam newsgroups". What ever happened to the campaign for clear English? -- Regards, Richard. + http://www.FreeRTOS.org A free real time kernel for 8, 16 and 32bit systems. + http://www.SafeRTOS.com An IEC 61508 compliant real time kernel for safety related systems.
On Wed, 27 Jun 2007 13:57:46 GMT, in comp.arch.embedded "FreeRTOS.org"
<noemail@address.com> wrote:


>A rather over-elaborate way of saying "we spam newsgroups". What ever >happened to the campaign for clear English?
MBAs? martin
On 2007-06-27, FreeRTOS.org <noemail@address.com> wrote:

> A rather over-elaborate way of saying "we spam newsgroups". What ever > happened to the campaign for clear English?
Discredited by their attempts to get everything to a level a six year old could understand, and to hell with accurately conveying your message. I have a former employer here in the UK who regards the guidelines from the Plain English Campaign as gospel. That showed me many glaring errors in the diktats of this self-appointed body. The Plain English Campaign specify addresses should be written in lowercase except for the postcode. The Royal Mail who actually deliver the letters state both the postcode and post town should be capitalised. I'd be tempted to follow their advice instead, but not this employer. The result was that every letter sent out from the organisation was incorrectly addressed... Also, have a look at http://www.plainenglish.co.uk/alternative.pdf This is a list of alternative words and phrases suggested by the PEC. Some of them make you ask "Do I really need a substitute for that?" Other times the proposed alternative simply doesn't fit the bill. For example, replacing "according to our records" with "our records show". Those don't have the same meaning. The first says "This is what we have recorded (but it may not be right)" whereas the latter says "This is what we have: it must be correct." -- Andrew Smallshaw andrews@sdf.lonestar.org