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From Gora Mohanty <>
Subject Re: Looking for Solr/Lucene Contractors
Date Thu, 05 Nov 2009 12:04:55 GMT
On Tue, 3 Nov 2009 14:01:35 -0800
ST ST <> wrote:
> My company is looking for Engineers with following qualifications:
> -  5 to 10 years of experience in software industry
> -  Extremely good understanding of Solr/Lucene internals
> -  Experience in developing applications on top of solr/lucene.
> -  Experience in committing to Solr/Lucene is preferred.
> The project assignment duration will be 5 to 10 weeks. High
> chance of extension of project based on the result of the first
> project.
> If interested, send me your resume, and highlight the relevant
> experience addressing the above 4 requirements.

Are you looking for on-site people, or are you willing to outsource?
If the latter, we would be interested. Srijan Technologies
( is a small (~25 people) startup company in
Delhi, specialising in web development and open source technologies.

We have been interested in Solr for a while, and have implemented
search through Solr for various clients, including the added
features offered by Solr on top of Lucene, such as facet searches,
more like this, etc. As these do not really involve data mining at
the moment, I am not sure that looking at our implementations will
help at the moment, but here are some sample ones, covering
implementations within TYPO3 and Drupal:
More, such as in Django, are under way.

At least for the moment, we have not felt a need to go down to
Lucene, as Solr offers us all we need, with an acceptable overhead.
This might change if we really need to go pedal-to-the-metal, but
currently we have only briefly fiddled a little with the Lucence C

Please get in touch if the above sounds interesting to you.


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