I get a fair bit of recruitment spam from local agencies, and recently there’s been one recruiter in particular that’s sent consistently bizarre emails for his vacancies. Perhaps it’s just an attempt to stand out… but it seems it works, even if they do read like your common or garden spam.
I am writing to you as you are what I classify as a Djangoite. Have you ever wondered why the term Django is used? I personally do not know, I would love to hear from you if you have an answer!
According to the Websters Online Dictionary, the word Django denotes:
A 1966 Italian spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Franco Nero in the title role. Nero went on to play a similar antihero in many subsequent Westerns. The film earned a reputation of being one of the most violent films ever made up to that point.
Although the film is remembered as an extremely violent one, I am sure that we can all agree that no blood is shed in the workplace when using Django in its more recent semantic context. [...]
The jobs are sparse, the world is in turmoil…. We are consistently assured that things are to get better for the hard working-folk of England if we ‘pull together’ and live in austerity………………. Out of sight, the price of gold keeps rising, inequality increases. The Big Society…. a veritable farce, yet who, one must ask.. are the playwrights?……
Naturally, the people of England are always seeking the truth, at the same time, they also seek an antidote to the horrors of modern life. A job oft’ serves as such an antidote……
I am currently recruiting for an innovative mapping based data consultancy[...]
Briefly on freedom:
I just got off the phone to a truly excellent developer who heads up the team at an innovative mapping based data consultancy [...]
Yeh, ok then…