"Cold Fusion Programmer needed as soon as possible. This job is not for a beginner. Please be thoroughly knowledgable in MS Sequel and HTML and Java.
Must do work here on site - will consider part time if you are knowledable and will work with us.
Please do not bother applying if you cannot walk into this office. We need people HERE."
I can see, as well, that you have probably tried to hire telecommuters that did not live up to your expectations. It's pretty much a given by the way you reiterate the point of "Must do work here" and "We need people HERE" - OK, OK, OK... Got THAT part... However, was it really necessary to add the "Please do not bother applying if you cannot walk into this office" part? It really comes off as antagonistic and rude - given the failures on your part to even know what ColdFusion and MS SQL are (or at least how to appropriately identify them in writing).
Don't tell me your name is "Bob" when your e-mail address demonstrates that your real name is definitely NOT "Bob" (sorry Rashid)...
Lastly, don't e-mail me about a ColdFusion position and then hit me with a position that has absolutely NOTHING to do with CF programming... While I am NOT looking for a new job - I know quite a few programmers that are - but I am not going to recommend them to you if you cannot meet at least these basic criteria.
Sorry about this, folks, but after the deluge of these things that I see/hear/get on a regular basis - I just had to say something. I have several friends and contacts in reputable, responsible, staffing companies - and I get tired of the "fly-by-night" places and folks looking to hire "Cold Fusion" programmers that don't even really know what they are looking for...
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