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  • Hey! some Web Developer in this subreddit?
    Not sure, xing is pretty dead actually. LinkedIn should be fine. You could give a shot, some of the more small companies use that for recruiting. - Source: Reddit / 6 days ago
  • How much “programming” should I know?
    Think of a general field of industry that interests you the most currently. Look at the job offers on and such places... - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • Julia outside of academia?
    Maybe also just go and write an email to head-hunting agencies and job-search portals (glassdoor,, maybe LinkedIn etc. Have Bioinformatics/Comp. Biology related forums...) that specialise in that field - i.e. They are probably more than happy to refer you to places you can find out what is the most in-demand programming languages / frameworks / or proprietary software that those businesses use or would... - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • We're looking to hire web developers. Please help!
    Try I have been using it to seek for work and they are better than the other places I have tried. Another notable mention - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
  • [resume help] Do I need to include my photo in my CV
    Last year I tried and got 1 interview. But this time I haven't received any. So, I was just wondering whether I'm missing anything here. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
  • Asking for salary in France, Germany or Poland
    For Germany (and some other countries), you can also sign up at which might help you land a job as well. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
  • What's the fastest way to earn money (getting a job) in Berlin?
    Late answer... Generally it's best to have profiles setup on LinkedIn, Xing (perhaps also ... might also be interesting but it's more corporate). Job ads are a lot on (everything from small'ish to large corp) and (tiny startups to large scaleups). - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
  • How to land remote jobs from US/Europe
    1: Make a profile on honeypot. It's a reverse hiring platform for developers looking for jobs in Europe. - Source: Reddit / 10 months ago
  • For those with ~2 YoE, how's the job market?
    I used one between [,,], all services where companies request to speak with you and salary bands are visible beforehand. The offer itself is nothing special, but I live in a country where devs are paid peanuts, that's why the final bump is so remarkable. Still, I was able to negotiate a bit by getting two offers and leveraging one against the other. I'm not obsessed with FLAMINGASS... - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • How to deal with recruiters presenting other jobs than originally advertised?
    Actually I did that recently but didn't get an answer... I think my solution is now to just work with recruiters I've talked to previously. Also I created a account. - Source: Reddit / 12 months ago
  • Any software engineer here??
    Hey there, take a look at I have had a couple of interviews through their site, I think it'll be of help. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • No home assignments policy
    Something like,, Basically, the idea is that you put your CV on site and companies apply to you. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • How to navigate job search as a senior engineer?
    As others have said (yourself included), take your time. The market is wide open for seniors and will be for the foreseeable future. First, start by preparing/updating your CV. Set your online profiles to "open to work" (depending on your urgency maybe even to "actively looking"), e.g. LinkedIn, Stackoverflow,,, local websites, etc. Take a few (2-3, not too many at once) interviews and regard... - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • [IWantOut] 25M IT Professional USA -> Anywhere
    In the case of Germany you don't need a prior work permit, you just need a contract in IT and you're good to go. I'll let someone who knows german immigration better to explain the details of work visa or blue card etc. I would say though, I've had friends who have found jobs via and from what they've said it has been great because basically employers find you and invite you to interviews instead of... - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Indians working remote job in company based abroad, how did you secure the job?
    I cannot speak for other countries but I had signed up in sites like , and few other reverse hiring sites like these where companies from EU reach out to you. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • [IWantOut] 27M Software Engineer USA -> EU
    If you are a developer take a look at I have a couple of friends who moved to Germany via them and a couple more who got the offers but decided not to move for personal reasons, all needing visas. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Haven't been able to get a job after graduating with a CS degree. Continually being pressured to attend a bootcamp.
    I'm from Europe and still studying, you could look into websites like or , just created there my profiles. Even though you don't have any professional experience, you definitely have some experience you got through your degree: languages you've learnt, projects and submissions you've done, you can use that in your favor. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • To those who live in 3rd world countries but remotely work for companies in 1st world countries...
    Prior to this I have had a couple of interviews through (for US-based startups) and (european jobs) for companies like Payoneer or Red Bull. I wasn't interested in any of the companies I got in touch through those websites so I didn't take it any further. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • What do you think of hiring platforms like
    If you are interested in the UK market, please try as well. I managed to score 2 interviews for UK companies in the past, unfortunately I scored no offers but it might work for you. If you are interested in the German market you can also try Xing. Or maybe but have no experience in their platform. Don't forget Glassdoor and Stackoverflow jobs :)) If you ask me the best place to get noticed... - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • What do you think of hiring platforms like
    Also check, it's a very similar platform. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • India->Deutschland at 36 years for a software architect?
    Applied to 88 jobs on,,,, and berlinstartsup only to be met with failure . - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago

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