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do you know some good resources to help people find tech jobs?

as the pandemic has tanked the worldwide economy many companies have laid people off

at the same time, some sectors are growing like crazy and hiring

Do you know some resources that can help job seekers?

Resources to help with resume reviews?

Job sites specializing in remote openings?

Job sites for specific sectors?

FLOSS friendly job listings?

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Here are some places I found helpful during my last job search a couple years ago

* WeWorkRemotely.com/

* fossjobs.net/ @fossjobs - jobs working on FOSS

* keyvalues.com/ - allows pairing values to companies

* github.com/remoteintech/remote

@infosec_jobs seems to post new openings every day

In October ShellCon (InfoSec) will have a career day with some amazing people running it

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Privacy, like security, requires technology that can be examined, reviewed, studied, vetted and modified. It's also a personal consideration

We need a full free and open technology stack: software, devices, data and society

is everything you think necessary for your personal freedom, privacy and security ( even things we have not yet created )

FLOX - Free Libre Open X(everything)

Tuesday night @ 18:00 UTC-7 is our quarterly career event, this month we'll concentrate on job networking

Do you have a job opening to fill? Are you looking for a job? We want both to show up and discuss possibilities

gettogether.community/events/9

After the job networking is our regular Free Software @ 19:00

gettogether.community/events/1

Both in

There's a SeaGL organizing meeting tonight (Mon) at 17:00 Seattle time (UTC-7)

Please join us if you'd like to help produce a great community run

Hop into on Freenode to say hi

seagl.org/get_involved.html

@jens @ArneBab @cadadr For example someone from System76 recently testified for the Colorado legislature in support of a right to repair bill saying it would support their business and independent repair shops, not destroy jobs. youtube.com/watch?v=fGle6z9KfZ

Come work with us. KDE e.V. is hiring 2 positions for environmental sustainability project! mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-com

Some GNU Maintainers and Contributors are gathering outside of FSF. This is good for everybody, including FSF. We need more community conversations, more organizing, more ways to collaborate. If we do these things in a positive way, we build healthier ecosystems. gnu.tools/en/blog/2021/04/kick

Looks like I don't really need @EFF 's HTTPS Everywhere add on anymore as Firefox has added HTTPS-only mode ( for new enough releases ) and also blocks mix content

I had been wondering if it's still providing me any functionality

If you still want the rulesets, HE is moving to a lookup service from DuckDuckGo (sounds privacy problematic) by the end of 2021

eff.org/deeplinks/2021/04/http

Thanks to @resist1984 for commenting on the ruleset change as I'd overlooked the announcement

Good way to wake up is with a traffic spike alert from @plausible in my inbox 😅

Google FL*C is a hot topic on Hacker News today! You can follow our live stats 👉 plausible.io/plausible.io

Today we're kicking off the #GNU Assembly!

gnu.tools

This is a new umbrella for GNU people seeking transparent decision-making and built around consensus. It's the result of a decade of struggle to make #GNU inclusive, transparent, and community-driven.

#GNU contributors: consider joining!

#FreeSoftware activists: help us spread the word!

Rumors that Unix's Y38K bug aren't important are ... incorrect.

"Fixed: CA and certificate validity end dates after 2038 are not handled properly on 32-bit ARM #11504"

so NASA is getting ready to upgrade a linux box on mars to fix their helicopter...

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