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adultswim
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Side note: Is it a bad idea to put an incomplete project on my resume? Should I save that for the cover letter, or not include it at all? It's basically a demo page for a web app I'm working on.

6/27/2014 3:34:59 PM

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I don't think so.

6/27/2014 3:39:40 PM

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I mean, don't put it on there if it's really bad or something, but I've never held it against somebody for having stuff like that on their resume.

6/28/2014 10:45:09 PM

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As long as you can talk it up nicely and it demonstrates some experience then you wanna include it.

6/28/2014 11:08:33 PM

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Thanks, just making sure because I had someone tell me it was a bad idea. I think it's solid.

6/29/2014 12:41:08 AM

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My company is hiring a Java dev.

http://careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/44830/leading-q-a-platform-looking-for-passionate-java-dzone-inc?a=SFPIQKKA

8/1/2014 5:13:03 PM

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My company has more openings. Including someone in the Netherlands.

Quote :
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Business Requirements Analyst
Denver, CO

Information Architect
Denver, CO

Senior Business Analyst
Denver, CO

Data Architect
Denver, CO

Solution Architect
The Netherlands

Business Analyst
Denver, CO"


http://www.clickfox.com/who-we-are/careers/openings/

Shoot me a PM for more details.

12/13/2014 4:01:03 PM

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Position: Part-time Java Developer and Special Projects
Company: Financial Services Company in Cary, but you would work remotely
Pay: $40+/hr based on experience (we pay competitively based on your experience)
Description: You would be expected to work 10-20 hours a month updating and troubleshooting our Java-based application. The application uses a MySQL database and Tomcat as the application server (so any Tomcat or Java web experience is a plus). The biggest requirement is that you are a self-starter, willing to work primarily by yourself, and able to communicate via email and phone on a consistent basis. If you are currently a programmer and want to work on the bigger picture, gain some new skills, add some experience to your resume, and make some good cash, let me know. I have worked with this company for 7 years, and it has been a great experience. If you know PHP or have any HTML/JS experience, please also mention it.

1/12/2015 1:28:51 PM

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^ Can vouch for these guys. Good folks, and the work is good too.

1/12/2015 9:30:10 PM

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thinking about getting my CISSP - thoughts? worth it in the job market? currently have my ITIL.

[Edited on January 13, 2015 at 6:34 AM. Reason : dd]

1/13/2015 6:34:31 AM

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Looking for the following

Sr Network Engineer/ Team lead
Sr System Engineer/ VMware/ Storage
Metrics and Data Analytics Architect
System Engineer- must have S or TS clearance
Network Lab Engineer
Cloud Software Architect
Software Architect (Microsoft)
Angular JavaScript Developer

1/15/2015 1:38:24 PM

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bump. How's the job market looking?

6/30/2015 2:21:09 PM

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My old company is still looking for Software Engineers and a VOIP Installation Engineer

6/30/2015 2:22:03 PM

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http://jobs.redbull.com/uk/en/results?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=&all_regions=&function=&organisation=®ion=2049&country=&city=1392

Too many to list if you're interested in relocating in Santa Monica. TV is the area most heavily hiring, but we have a data services platform that services most of the other departments for analytics purposes, and Sound Select, which is from which most of the Digital culture grew.

So you'd be working on any combination of Music, TV, and "Big Data" products.



[Edited on June 30, 2015 at 4:24 PM. Reason : a]

6/30/2015 4:21:26 PM

David0603
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Looking for Angular / good frontend js developers.

6/30/2015 10:46:45 PM

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Looking for experienced network security engineers. 2-8 years experience configuring, designing, implementing, supporting (any of those) firewalls, web proxies, vpn gateways - OR very strong linux/unix administration experience combined with very strong wireshark analysis skills. Complete understanding of TCP/IP stack, OSI model, under the hood "life of a packet" networking skills desired. Critical thinking/problem solving skills are a must.

PM me if you are interested.

7/7/2015 10:11:22 AM

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also looking for an angular dev. and a C# engineer. Office is in portland oregon, the greatest place on earth

7/14/2015 1:39:16 AM

David0603
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I'll send west coasters your way if you send east coasters mine.
Looking for full stack js and java devs.

7/15/2015 1:13:01 AM

raiden
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bump

7/27/2015 11:36:44 AM

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replied

7/27/2015 9:08:32 PM

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hiring: looking for a senior level java developer in the cary area for a full time/salary position. pm me if you'd like more info.

[Edited on July 27, 2015 at 11:40 PM. Reason : clarify]

7/27/2015 11:23:41 PM

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Anyone know of any ROS (robot operating system) jobs in the area?

7/28/2015 1:04:53 AM

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Delta Five, a startup in Raleigh.

7/28/2015 9:17:16 AM

moron
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^ can't find any reference to Delta Five and raleigh on google...?

7/28/2015 1:12:43 PM

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FOR HIRE: 10 year windows/linux admin. BS degree. i can script (bash/powershell) and fumble with simple python, but little to no effective programming experience.

I'm currently employed in western raleigh. just curious what else is out there.

7/28/2015 1:32:32 PM

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I moved to a new department a few months ago and we haven't been able to find anyone to fill my old spot - i set the team up to run without me so i could move on but they need a leader - slightly more than just a windows / linux admin - you would have a global team of them reporting to you in addition to a global team of DBAs - required to be in Atlanta but we're willing to let someone relocate over the period of a few months

http://air-watch.jobs/atlanta-ga/global-saas-operations-director/1C11855B3F3C4000B14B2C193F2557CD/job/

7/28/2015 2:49:00 PM

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hey moron,

check out https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/deltafive-seeking-robotics-computer-vision-jason-jan%C3%A9t-phd?trk=prof-post

7/28/2015 5:49:43 PM

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^^^ know any devops stuff? puppet, chef, ansible, docker?

moron lemme know if you find any ROS (or anything robotics related) jobs. i'm very curious about that job market

[Edited on August 3, 2015 at 6:06 PM. Reason : .]

8/3/2015 6:04:54 PM

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^^^ does one have to go to the sandy spring office? I rather like NOT commuting across the perimeter.

8/3/2015 11:02:48 PM

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Has anyone worked with a city government before in IT?

I've been about 4 to 5 years at my current job in the private industry. I like what I do but its a contractor position and im pretty much never moving up. Had an interview with the a city government for IT for their police/city/power/etc stuff. Infrastructure app type things. Pay is about the same, but better job security, less stress than manfacturing environment, and seems overall easier. Benefits are about a wash but it has a pension after a year or two.

[Edited on August 4, 2015 at 7:50 AM. Reason : dd]

8/4/2015 7:48:19 AM

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^^ that's why i moved from smyrna to dunwoody - we strongly prefer people to be in the office on a regular basis but are open to working from home as needed

as we grow larger wfh is becoming more accepted - we are still in the process of moving away from our startup roots where things moved so fast we couldn't afford to have a bunch of people not in the office - we have a very open floor plan and while it's great for collaboration it can lead to out-of-sight out-of-mind situations because it's so easy to just grab the interested parties that you can find for a 5 minute discussion, make a decision, and go forward

8/4/2015 8:48:10 AM

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I recruit for IT jobs and Engineering. Anyone willing to move when I know locations?

8/31/2015 8:27:21 PM

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Anyone want to move to Denver or already live here? Looking for data analysts / architects again! Experience in data ETL, Linux, consulting and Hadoop a plus! The position can be entry level or not. We just need smart people! Once we officially post the positions I'll copy them here.

12/2/2015 12:50:12 PM

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I have a friend who is a professor at U of Denver Colorado. It seems that he enjoys the life there.

12/2/2015 12:54:38 PM

neodata686
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Colorado sucks. Nothing to do here. Shitty beer. Shitty weather.

12/2/2015 1:07:03 PM

David0603
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Hiring java/js dev and automated qa at Fidelity.

12/2/2015 8:32:29 PM

moron
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^ I've got a comp sci friend that might be interested, any deets?

12/2/2015 10:16:57 PM

David0603
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Dev uses SASS, angular js (with protractor and karma), java rest services (with junit), jpa, oracle backend
QA uses selenium, gerkin, cucumber, and java
very agile, 2 week iterations, rally, on SVN but moving to GIT

12/2/2015 10:53:03 PM

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my team is hiring SQL data analysts in MD/NOVA area

Let me know if anyone is looking

12/7/2015 2:14:28 PM

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Atlanta area - AirWatch division of VMware

http://air-watch.jobs/atlanta-ga/software-engineering-team-lead/32523D1431E041FCB9FDE8659439DFE5/job/

http://air-watch.jobs/atlanta-ga/software-engineer/9AA5CA8E2EC242FFA41465DB1B671CA2/job/

we have tons of relevant jobs but these 2 specifically are for an area where we have increased our referral bonus - a bit more than what is included in the description - let me know if you are interested in applying and i'll refer you

Do you know someone with solid node.js/MEAN stack experience? We are looking for Software Engineers (one mid-level and one senior-level) to join the Project Orchestra team and work on node.js on the server side.

Project Orchestra is a green field project developing towards a 1.0 product for our new generation of cloud managed end user computing vision that will be used across multiple products in EUC. Please note these positions are based in Atlanta, GA.

12/10/2015 2:43:02 PM

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"Hiring java/js dev and automated qa at Fidelity."

What's the salary range for that kind of thing? Is that even kosher to ask?

Just finished up a masters degree and am kind of curious what's out there.

12/26/2015 4:22:39 PM

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^ In my opinion it's kosher to ask, because the process most places is: 30 min call with HR person, 1 hour tech screen over the phone, and finally all day on site possibly with travel. There are exceptions where I may not ask, like places that are known to pay top of the market, but anyone else I'd get it out there before you take time off work to start the secret handshake.

12/26/2015 8:10:52 PM

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Really depends on experience...

12/28/2015 1:10:04 AM

David0603
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Def kosher to ask, although a lot of companies aren't up front about it, which is quite annoying when you don't figure out if the salary is below your range until after 2-3 rounds of interviews. Even thought there is quite a range gap from the low end of my pay grade to high end, the recruiter was nice enough to give me a 10K range about 5 minutes into our first phone call that was quite helpful when deciding if I wanted to move forward in the interview process.

12/28/2015 7:35:56 PM

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Yeah $130k - $200k is common in LA and the difference is massive so its best to know if its an ad company that thinks they need tech or someone willing to actually pay. Bay area seems to be bottom end of $170k and I keep hearing that $250k is normal. I made that much a few years on my own but never working for someone else.

This is totally sustainable.

[Edited on December 28, 2015 at 8:39 PM. Reason : a]

12/28/2015 8:37:05 PM

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Since it's a matter of public record anyway, I make mid 80s and this is after getting several promotions that each came with 15-20% bumps. It's always absolutely unreal to see the numbers above, but I have to keep reminding myself they're not indicative of this area. I get the impression that a lot of RTP companies are around 90k and I can't justify moving (I don't live in RTP yet) without a bigger jump, so yea definitely worried about wasting my time. I suppose I will just ask early in the process for each thing.

12/28/2015 9:45:54 PM

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There are companies that pay $100k in Raleigh and had two coworkers that made $130k at the same company. I was making $100k in 2011, but only after looking for a long time.

I just had a friend from Boston move to California and got a $50k bump.

12/28/2015 11:51:42 PM

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Quote :
"Bay area seems to be bottom end of $170k and I keep hearing that $250k is normal."

These numbers seem pretty high unless literally everyone I know is getting screwed by their employer (not out of the question).

12/29/2015 2:15:19 PM

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Do bonuses/equity play a role? Usually there's some confusion over base salary vs total when discussing salaries.

12/29/2015 2:43:44 PM

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I try not to conflate the two. The bonuses on top of mid $100s range from 20% cash to $400k in stock. Samsung and Netflix are known to pay on the $200s base before you talk about the other stuff. I don't have direct info for Google and Facebook but I hear it's super high based on the recent hacker news thread and 2nd hand info. One friend at another well known company pulled $600k after totalling everything on top of his $150k base. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=10050430

[Edited on December 29, 2015 at 3:07 PM. Reason : A]

12/29/2015 3:04:45 PM

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