|Sent on:||Friday, January 18, 2008 4:22 PM|
Well, we want this to stay a useful tech group. There are a huge amount of ways to blast developers with job ads, including the NYC DotNet Developers’ Group mailing list, Craigslist, etc. not to mention the uncountably infinite number of tech recruiters annoying all of us at our desks every day. I worry that once we have a job post or two, next thing you know this is just another useless job spam list.
Nonetheless, obviously this is a valuable group for networking amongst technologists in this community - and one aspect of networking is of course finding jobs and hiring good people. Now, what I think is unique about a group like ours is that we get to meet face to face and discuss specific technologies we work with.
So, if you are hiring, or looking, I would say the right venue for such things is at our monthly meeting.
Opposing viewpoints welcome, not trying to be an iron fist here, but I do think we should be conscious of keeping the value of this group intact and sustainable.
The name of the tech I could remember is Volta
Looks worth a look at least.
On other topics - I’m wondering what the etiquette is on post jobs to this list? Verboten; allowed, but frowned on; welcome with open arms?
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