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April 10, 2018, 12:39:50 PM
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Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

Requirements:
-Minimum 12 years of extensive experience in desktop-based application and web-based application
-Minimum of 3 years software project management experience
-Excellent communication skills.
-Has excellent projects written in C++ or Golang
-Has experience developing protocols or peer 2 peer applications
-Must be able to provide  at least 5 most recent projects written in C++ or Golang
-He must be a software-architect level
-Willing to work under high pressure and tight deadlines

Responsibilities:
-He will participate with decenternet architecture design, integration, and implementation
-He/she will be required to hold conferences regarding our project local and abroad
-He will collaborate with the development leads and advisors in project’s best architecture design
-Formulating of effective development strategy
-Project management

Bonus Points:
-Knowledge in Blockchain development
-Linux or MacOS development experience is a plus
-Any related certifications in Communication and Information Technology industry
-Has libertarian culture or philosophy
-Excellent internet connection, must be able to host conferences online
-Has experience developing a mobile app

Hiring Process:
Step 1: Candidates must provide a letter discussing his suitability and competence to the position
Step 2: Curriculum Vitae submission
Step 3: Skype meeting and interview most likely with Randy
Step 4: Face to face meeting and interview most likely with Randy
Step 5: Meeting / Interview with Boss and probably executives and advisors as well

Send your resume to ldeangelo77@gmail.com
Visit our website: https://decenternet.com/

**Up to CONFIDENTIAL Pesos Monthly Salary depending on applicant’s compatibility and proficiency
**Benefits and other terms are negotiable and to be discussed
**Depending on your experience, the salary could surpass 6 figures
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I love how those openings lists super serious requirements but rarely states how much much it pays. You realize that professional with the skills you listed will not ask you for less then 100 000$/year ? I mean you are offering 5 step interview - that is some google level stuff. I hired many devs in my time and learned - to hunt a professional I need to tell him what he gets clearly and maybe even before telling him what I ask for.
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I love how those openings lists super serious requirements but rarely states how much much it pays. You realize that professional with the skills you listed will not ask you for less then 100 000$/year ? I mean you are offering 5 step interview - that is some google level stuff. I hired many devs in my time and learned - to hunt a professional I need to tell him what he gets clearly and maybe even before telling him what I ask for.

Actually, even in my previous industry, was frustratingly difficult to find a transparent wage level and I haven't seen any different in computer engineering. That said, the levels of competency in this really new, really saturated blockchain sphere seem to be much lower than I'd been given to expect. Outside of Bitcoin, only a handful are available and mostly spoken for. I suspect this is why you've got people coming here trying to headhunt CTOs on the forum.

Japan it seems is even hiring people without degrees, just sending them for open courses. I've seen now several projects with CTOs having next to no qualifications with very few projects under their belt. This is what's called opportunity, though, isn't it?

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I love how those openings lists super serious requirements but rarely states how much much it pays. You realize that professional with the skills you listed will not ask you for less then 100 000$/year ? I mean you are offering 5 step interview - that is some google level stuff. I hired many devs in my time and learned - to hunt a professional I need to tell him what he gets clearly and maybe even before telling him what I ask for.
Outside of Bitcoin, only a handful are available and mostly spoken for. I suspect this is why you've got people coming here trying to headhunt CTOs on the forum.


It seems they are about to be surprised Wink

Don't get me wrong I don't have anything against headhunting here - it's great idea, but they should put wage and most important skill in big bold letters. If I was looking for CTO I would do it like this:

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HEY DEVS, WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE PRO CODER FOR TRADE ENGINE DEVELOPEMENT.

IF YOU KNOW GOLANG, GOT A GOOD IDEA ABOUT HIGH LOAD APPLICATION AND MICROSERVICE ARCHITECTURE - PM US.

WE CAN AFFORD TO PAY YOU UP TO 200 000$ PER YEAR

That would have catched my eye.

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I love how those openings lists super serious requirements but rarely states how much much it pays. You realize that professional with the skills you listed will not ask you for less then 100 000$/year ? I mean you are offering 5 step interview - that is some google level stuff. I hired many devs in my time and learned - to hunt a professional I need to tell him what he gets clearly and maybe even before telling him what I ask for.

Actually, even in my previous industry, was frustratingly difficult to find a transparent wage level and I haven't seen any different in computer engineering. That said, the levels of competency in this really new, really saturated blockchain sphere seem to be much lower than I'd been given to expect. Outside of Bitcoin, only a handful are available and mostly spoken for. I suspect this is why you've got people coming here trying to headhunt CTOs on the forum.

Japan it seems is even hiring people without degrees, just sending them for open courses. I've seen now several projects with CTOs having next to no qualifications with very few projects under their belt. This is what's called opportunity, though, isn't it?
I love how those openings lists super serious requirements but rarely states how much much it pays. You realize that professional with the skills you listed will not ask you for less then 100 000$/year ? I mean you are offering 5 step interview - that is some google level stuff. I hired many devs in my time and learned - to hunt a professional I need to tell him what he gets clearly and maybe even before telling him what I ask for.
Outside of Bitcoin, only a handful are available and mostly spoken for. I suspect this is why you've got people coming here trying to headhunt CTOs on the forum.


It seems they are about to be surprised Wink

Don't get me wrong I don't have anything against headhunting here - it's great idea, but they should put wage and most important skill in big bold letters. If I was looking for CTO I would do it like this:

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HEY DEVS, WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE PRO CODER FOR TRADE ENGINE DEVELOPEMENT.

IF YOU KNOW GOLANG, GOT A GOOD IDEA ABOUT HIGH LOAD APPLICATION AND MICROSERVICE ARCHITECTURE - PM US.

WE CAN AFFORD TO PAY YOU UP TO 200 000$ PER YEAR

That would have catched my eye.


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**Depending on your experience, the salary could surpass 6 figures

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I love how those openings lists super serious requirements but rarely states how much much it pays. You realize that professional with the skills you listed will not ask you for less then 100 000$/year ? I mean you are offering 5 step interview - that is some google level stuff. I hired many devs in my time and learned - to hunt a professional I need to tell him what he gets clearly and maybe even before telling him what I ask for.
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