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Well-capitalized Seattle start-up seeks Unix developers

Well-capitalized start-up seeks extremely talented C/C++/Unix developers to help pioneer commerce on the Internet.  You must have experience designing and building large and complex (yet maintainable) systems, and you should be able to do so in about one-third the time that most competent people think possible.  You should have a BS, MS or PhD in Computer Science or the equivalent.  Top-notch communication skills are essential. Familiarity with web servers and HTML would be helpful but is not necessary.

Expect talented, motivated, intense, and interesting co-workers.  Must be willing to relocate to the Seattle area (we will help cover moving costs).

Your compensation will include meaningful equity ownership.

Send resume and cover letter to Jeff Bezos:

mail:            be…@netcom.com
fax:             206/828-0951
US mail:         Cadabra, Inc.
                 10704 N.E. 28th St.
                 Bellevue, WA  98004

We are an equal opportunity employer.

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Amazon Transfers Data Faster than the Speed of Light?

Actually, Amazon doesn’t transfer data faster than the speed of light. But Amazon Web Services (AWS) does have a high-speed internal network that will move customer data faster than the internet. To the dilettantes in our midst, that would imply a transfer rate faster than the speed at which electromagnetic radiation travels, which in theory should be the same as the speed of light. And similarly, it should be the speed at which signals pass through the “ether of the internet”. However, this isn’t quite the case.