Of course, a few simple "Dos" and "Don'ts" before we begin:
- Post your availability -Its fine to post something like "Hey I have <x> experience and I live in <x> and I am looking for a new full time/part time gig"
Post job openings - If you are looking for an experienced tech to fill a position, its ok to post the basic job description and invite folks to contact you
Post your project-based job opportunities -Its fine to ask for someone to build something for you, or to look for people that might be willing to build or design a tech device or program for pay.
- Post your entire resume -Its best to just put up a few details and ask for a PM.
Post "work from home, make $$ scams! - This is a place for real employers to find real tech folks (and vice/versa). Get Rich Quick, MLMs and other non professional stuff will get deleted.
Post your personal info -Keep your full name, address and phone number out of your posts - this is for your sake! We don't want someone harvesting info from here to spam or scam you.
Please remember that we're monitoring these forums closely and we may, at the discretion of the board mods and/or based on complaints, take down any posting here if we feel it is not in the spirit of this board. Hopefully we can all figure out what this is for and use it wisely. Good Hunting!
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