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Jeffrey Carter <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 4 Jun 2002 11:45:37 -0700
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As I'm between contracts again, I'm wondering what sources people use
when searching for Ada work. I'm specifically interested in contract
work {preferably in AZ [preferably Phoenix {preferably the east
valley}]) or work such that it mostly doesn't matter where I am when I
do it, but anything that people find useful will be interesting.

Naturally I look at the SIGAda/ARA job database (which lists the
openings in chronological order--not very nice when you're more
interested in recent openings rather than ones over a year old) and the
AdaIC job bank, but neither have had any recent postings. I also use,,, and Dice is the
most useful, followed by monster. Softwarejobs doesn't have many Ada
positions, nor does hotjobs, which also has a pretty useless interface.

Occasionally I look at the Ada-Belgium jobs listings, which have not had
any recent postings, and even less often at the Ada-Deutschland and
Ada-France job listings, neither of which have anything posted this
year, but these are mostly for fun.

I'd be interested in knowing if anyone recommends any other sites.

Jeff Carter
"My brain hurts!"
Monty Python's Flying Circus