Pre Constructed Boolean Search Strings Part 19!!!

Pre Constructed Boolean Search Strings Part 19!!!


So this post continues are multi part posting on different pre constructed boolean search strings. Today search strings are designed to find candidates in the database space. Keep in mind these strings can be combined with others to form larger more specific search strings. Also keep in mind there are several ways to construct a search string, I am only using one way, there are others. In some cases I will be providing 2 different search strings, 1 will be for most search engines, meta search engines, and ATS or HRIS systems, the other will be for those search engines, meta search engines, and ATS or HRIS systems that are limited in how many words can be used.


Keep in mind that in the first string I use several titles, you can add, delete, substitute any and all titles with these strings. Also I am using Microsoft(MS) technologies you can easily substitute the MS technologies for non MS technologies.


Note there are no short strings, to create a short string simply only use part of the bigger string and do multiple searches to cover the same areas.


Also do not be afraid to put all deliminators in parenthesis, as it will make an even more precise string(example title:"resume" ).


So on to the search strings.


Search PM


(C++ AND Database AND SQL AND COM+) AND ("data warehouse" OR "Database engine" OR "database internals" OR "database kernel" or "data mining" OR "Rules Engine") AND (Notification OR Replication OR Synchronization) AND (Agent OR "Business Intelligence" OR Performance OR Query) AND (OLAP OR OLE OR OLEDB) AND ("Computer Science" OR "Computer Engineering") AND (architected OR designed) AND (implement AND requirements AND schedule AND specification AND managed) AND ("program manager" OR "technical program manager" OR "development lead" OR "technical consultant" OR "VP" NEAR development OR "VP" NEAR engineering)


Search Developers


(c++ OR C#) AND win32 AND Database AND SQL AND COM+ AND (designed OR architected OR "product development" OR shipped OR "shrink wrapped" OR "commercial software" OR "commercial product") AND ("software development engineer" OR "software architect" OR "software engineer" OR "software design*" OR "software development lead" OR "development manager" OR "development lead" OR "software design engineer" OR "software team lead" OR "development team lead") AND ("data warehouse" OR "Database engine" OR "database internals" OR "database kernel" or "data mining" OR "Rules Engine") AND (Notification OR Replication OR Synchronization) AND (Agent OR "Business Intelligence" OR Performance OR Query) AND (OLAP OR OLE OR OLEDB) AND ("Computer Science" OR "Computer Engineering")


Search Test


(c++ OR C#) AND win32 AND Database AND SQL AND COM+ AND (designed OR architected OR "product development" OR shipped OR "shrink wrapped" OR "commercial software" OR "commercial product") AND ("data warehouse" OR "Database engine" OR "database internals" OR "database kernel" or "data mining" OR "Rules Engine") AND (Notification OR Replication OR Synchronization) AND (Agent OR "Business Intelligence" OR Performance OR Query) AND (OLAP OR OLE OR OLEDB) AND ("Computer Science" OR "Computer Engineering") AND ("SQA OR "test engineer" OR "test specialist" OR "QA" OR "Quality assurance") AND (“test tools” OR Test* OR “white box” OR debugging OR "reverse engineering")


In part 20 we will see searches for app developers.

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Comment by gary cozin on May 19, 2010 at 12:28pm
Nice strings, however keep in mind if done on Google it only accepts 32 words in the search box!
Comment by Dean Da Costa on May 19, 2010 at 6:25pm
Thanks Maren
Comment by Dean Da Costa on May 19, 2010 at 8:41pm
Yes I know about google which is why I state "Note there are no short strings, to create a short string simply only use part of the bigger string and do multiple searches to cover the same areas." and "the other will be for those search engines, meta search engines, and ATS or HRIS systems that are limited in how many words can be used." al;so in the earlier parts I mention about google and engines that only allow a small number of characters. I also mention it in my earlier posting on "If You Build It, They Will Come: the story of a successful Boolean search string!! ", but thanks for pointing it out again.

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