yahoo It's hard not to get distracted by all the Yahoo, Microsoft, AOL, and Google speculation that's been building, but I wanted to take a minute and point out that we're still hiring. That other stuff is only a distraction if you waste time focusing on it.

There are a variety of open technology positions from hard-core back end engineering, front end work, and everything in between. Even in the developer network, we're looking for at least one web developer and an evangelist.

Rather that list all the jobs we have open, shoot me your resume and tell me what sort of work you're looking for. I'll get it to the right people internally.

And if you know someone else who's looking (or should be), please pass the word.

Posted by jzawodn at April 17, 2008 10:42 AM

Reader Comments
# Jonathan Disher said:

Last I heard, here in FrontDoors we have over fifty positions open. I know we have at -least- three or four Service Engineer (think sysadmin, build/release king, property architect) positions, plus tons of everything else - frontend development, backend development, etc. And our VP is (almost) literally foaming at the mouth for people. So, please, toss resume's at Jeremy (or me?), come join Big Purple.

Please? :)

on April 17, 2008 01:16 PM
# aaron wall said:

Hi Jeremy
Sorta off topic of me, but did Yahoo! Mindset disappear? :(
I really thought that was a cool tool.

on May 4, 2008 11:25 AM
# CPCcurmudgeon said:

I imagine a lot of potential candidates are concerned about whether they would still have a job after an acquisition or some other change. Since other companies are hiring (who arguably aren't in as volatile a situation as Y!), you're potentially losing candidates to these companies.

on May 7, 2008 09:53 AM
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