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Got hits Job offering in the mail

Dan Shechter-2
Got approached by a head hunter.

If anyone in the community is interested and read it as is, I am just copy
pasting, and I know NOTHING about this job or the head hunter that sent me
the bellow email:

Hii There!



Greetings of the day!!



I found your resume from one of the job portal and just want to check if
you are available for new opportunity and it seems really a good match with
the requirement so please have a look at the requirement and let me know if
you are comfortable with the requirement. If interested please revert back
with updated resume



*JD : OpenBSD Resource*

*Start Date:  Immediate*

*Location:  Apple Park*




*Tasks:*
1. Document the existing state of projects
                  - Diff versions in macOS vs released by project
                  - Public state of projects (how much active development,
direction, potential replacements, license status, etc.)
2. Bring macOS forward
                  - Pull latest project versions in
                  - Review radars to determine what is fixed in latests
versions vs. is still a problem or is a new feature/enhancement request
                  - Fix high/medium impact issues
                  - Upstream changes, if possible and as appropriate
3. Testing suite
                  - Integrate existing open source tests
                  - Develop new tests where there are gaps
4. Automate the process
                  - Create a tool that will automate as much of the work as
possible
                  - Pull down latest repo, apply Apple-specific patches,
prep for submission to build
                  - Would be run on a set cadence relative to OS releases
5. GPL replacements
                  - Develop BSD licensed replacements for any strategically
important projects that don’t currently have one







Thanks & Regards,

*Jack Thomson*

*Talent Acquisition Team*

*Ph: 732-200-1396*

*2 N. Market St., #400, San Jose, CA, 95113*

*[hidden email]* <[hidden email]>

www.e-solutionsinc.com
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Re: Got hits Job offering in the mail

Reyk Floeter-2
I’ve got it as well from a different random recruiter and it was addressed to the wrong name.

I doubt that Apple is doing such unprofessional recruiting - It looks like some scam.

Reyk

> Am 02.05.2019 um 16:56 schrieb Dan Shechter <[hidden email]>:
>
> Got approached by a head hunter.
>
> If anyone in the community is interested and read it as is, I am just copy
> pasting, and I know NOTHING about this job or the head hunter that sent me
> the bellow email:
>
> Hii There!
>
>
>
> Greetings of the day!!
>
>
>
> I found your resume from one of the job portal and just want to check if
> you are available for new opportunity and it seems really a good match with
> the requirement so please have a look at the requirement and let me know if
> you are comfortable with the requirement. If interested please revert back
> with updated resume
>
>
>
> *JD : OpenBSD Resource*
>
> *Start Date:  Immediate*
>
> *Location:  Apple Park*
>
>
>
>
> *Tasks:*
> 1. Document the existing state of projects
>                  - Diff versions in macOS vs released by project
>                  - Public state of projects (how much active development,
> direction, potential replacements, license status, etc.)
> 2. Bring macOS forward
>                  - Pull latest project versions in
>                  - Review radars to determine what is fixed in latests
> versions vs. is still a problem or is a new feature/enhancement request
>                  - Fix high/medium impact issues
>                  - Upstream changes, if possible and as appropriate
> 3. Testing suite
>                  - Integrate existing open source tests
>                  - Develop new tests where there are gaps
> 4. Automate the process
>                  - Create a tool that will automate as much of the work as
> possible
>                  - Pull down latest repo, apply Apple-specific patches,
> prep for submission to build
>                  - Would be run on a set cadence relative to OS releases
> 5. GPL replacements
>                  - Develop BSD licensed replacements for any strategically
> important projects that don’t currently have one
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> Thanks & Regards,
>
> *Jack Thomson*
>
> *Talent Acquisition Team*
>
> *Ph: 732-200-1396*
>
> *2 N. Market St., #400, San Jose, CA, 95113*
>
> *[hidden email]* <[hidden email]>
>
> www.e-solutionsinc.com

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Re: Got hits Job offering in the mail

Allan Streib-2
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Dan Shechter <[hidden email]> writes:

> Greetings of the day!!

Spam giveaway. No recruiter in the USA would use that phrase. That and
the other grammatical and sentence structure errors are red flags.

Allan