April 17, 2003
Army Job Opportunities

The Army Research Laboratory is looking for lisp programmers [on the info-mcl mailing list, pointed out by Mike Hannemann]:

The Human Research and Engineering Directorate of the Army Research Laboratory has possible job opportunities for LISP programmers. We have summer internships for college students, post doctorial positions, and full time positions for the qualified individuals. The position would be at Aberdeen Proving Ground, which is located on the Chesapeake Bay in Northern Maryland. Pay would be dependent on the qualifications of the individual.

Posted by jjwiseman at April 17, 2003 06:11 PM

I've never worked at ARL, but I did get a chance to meet a bunch of people who work there. They were a very friendly and intelligent bunch.

Posted by: Dylan Adams on April 17, 2003 08:05 PM

Umm, if everyone's applying for this job, I suppose y'all will just ignore me, but what's the domain on that e-mail address? The list archiver did a great job of trimming out that one piece of vital information.

Posted by: Thom Goodsell on April 17, 2003 08:20 PM

echo 'ARTICLE <01AB5B234641D44EABB3322695F8EAD00A9511@ARLABML01.ds.arl.army.mil>' | nc news.gmane.org nntp

(or telnet, or just use your news reader.) It's an @public.gmane.org encrypted address.

Posted by: Andreas Fuchs on April 17, 2003 10:58 PM
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