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    Must have:

    Scrum, Agile and TDD

    Rhino Mocks/Moq/SOA//Refactory/Resharper/Selenium


    typemock, nmock, Team City, Cruise Control, NAnt, MSBuild, DB Deploy, Cucumber, Watir, Selenium, Watin, Fit, Fitnesse, NHibernate, Active Record, IBatis .NET

    Anyone here got all those?

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    I've got most of them and could cram up on the rest within a couple of days.

    Why use 1 build tool when you can use 4?

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    Sounds like they want the last guy back. It's like those dating ads you see, e.g. must be black, 32 from Manchester and be called Jim. I wonder if anybody is mad enough to reply to those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderlizard View Post
    I've got most of them and could cram up on the rest within a couple of days.

    Why use 1 build tool when you can use 4?
    Then you're over-qualified for this role. Good-bye.

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    If this role is not filled within 2 weeks, it will be sourced with much cheapness.

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    I've used a fair few of those but doesn't Team Foundation do most of the above?

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