[Biojava-l] RE: Biojava-l digest, Vol 1 #173 - 2 msgs

tony_parsons@sandwich.pfizer.com tony_parsons@sandwich.pfizer.com
Sun, 12 Nov 2000 22:37:12 -0000

Oh Please!,

We are all looking for good people in this area. I don't exactly recall the
constitution of this mailing list, but I thought it was for discourse about
biojava rather than a free for all advertisement agency.

If not can someone let me know if blatant job advertisements for free OK

Best regards,

Tony Parsons

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   1. Re: DP bug query (Matthew Pocock)
   2. I need some Java people (Anthony Goss)


Message: 1
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 19:11:50 +0000
From: Matthew Pocock <mrp@sanger.ac.uk>
Organization: The Sanger Center
To: rik@cs.ucsd.edu
CC: "biojava-l@biojava.org" <biojava-l@biojava.org>
Subject: [Biojava-l] Re: DP bug query

(cc'ed to the list)

Hi Richard,

This is because it should be looking for a parser under the name "token",
not "symbol". I have
changed my copy & checked it into CVS. I guess I need to check the demos
more frequently. I
don't actualy remember what this demo did. It is all a bit hazey back there.

Best of luck,


"Richard K. Belew" wrote:

> hi matthew,
> i'm brand new to the biojava list so please excuse newbie tendancies.
> but the following query was buried in my (8 nov) thread around tutorials:
> > > Matthew Pocock wrote:
> > >
> > > The DP objects have changed a bit since the 1.01 release - and for the
> > > better. We should put up a new snapshot of the project on the web-site
> > > as soon as I fix a show-stopper bug in the alphabet indexing code.
> >
> > ah!  i am having problems running the SearchProfile demo:
> >
> > > Loading sequences
> > > java.util.NoSuchElementException: There is no parser 'symbol' defined
> > >               alphabet PROTEIN+X
> > >         at
> > >         at SearchProfile.readSequenceDB(SearchProfile.java:110)
> > >         at SearchProfile.main(SearchProfile.java:21)
> >
> > maybe this is related?
> if this is unrelated to your new fixes i'll continue to dig in on it.
> and since a few other topics have come and gone thru the list i
> thought this might have slid by?
> thanks again,
>         rik
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Message: 2
From: Anthony Goss<anthonygoss@yahoo.com>
To: biojava-l@biojava.org
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 16:56:30 -0800
Subject: [Biojava-l] I need some Java people

I am looking for some Java people, experience with J2EE.
Plus would be Web methods, Web Logic, Netscape Application Server, and/or

I will give you a 15% raise from what you are making now.

Depending on your location, there may be travel involved.  But, you do not
have to relocate.

Please give me a call if you are interested.

Thank you in advance,

Anthony E. Goss
Ph: 832-577-8890


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