jobs-discuss

Job hunting, interview process and anything related to the experience of a job writing the Clojure language.
dpsutton 2019-04-19T13:36:50.008900Z

my job is hesitant to post a job posting because http://indeed.com will scrape it leading to 1000s of unqualified emails. anyone know how to get around this?

solf 2019-04-22T17:56:40.017300Z

Write any contact information as a clojure expression, like (apply str (map (comp char dec int) "jogpAdpnqboz/dpn"))

2019-04-19T13:41:05.009300Z

Omit the contact details and have people DM you for the full posting?

2019-04-19T13:41:59.009600Z

Assuming you’d be willing to answer the DMs

2019-04-19T13:43:16.010100Z

FWIW I got my current position responding to someone who said “DM me for details”

dpsutton 2019-04-19T13:43:50.010500Z

slack dms are a bad vehicle. very easy for them to get lost in history

dpsutton 2019-04-19T13:43:54.010700Z

but that's nice

2019-04-19T13:46:34.012800Z

I also did something similar on a different Slack, where I was on the receiving end of the DMs, got back a few responses in the first few days, then nothing after that. Of course, I have next to zero DM activity usually, so getting lost wasn’t a problem for me.

vemv 2019-04-19T13:50:37.015900Z

Some job postings require you to curl your application to some API endpoint, with a secret that you must figure out first. Till now I thought it was just nerdy humor but now I see why might one want such a thing...

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drone 2019-04-19T13:51:05.016200Z

That was also my experience when posting an opening here and the FP slack. Received a few DMs over first few days. And did end up finding someone!