HiddenNetwork is a cool idea, but they’re not so great for Delphi programmers. Yet.
We’d like to change that.
Today, if you go to the job board and click on “Keywords [change]”, you’ll see that there’s no search keyword for Delphi. That’s because, well, so far they haven’t had anyone who wants to post a Delphi job. As far as I know, I’m the first person on DelphiFeeds to join HiddenNetwork; most of their exposure so far has been more along the lines of the Java and .NET crowds.
But I think DelphiFeeds is probably a force to be reckoned with. I’ve been talking to Alex at HiddenNetwork, and we’d like to give it a trial run, and see whether HiddenNetwork readers will respond to Delphi jobs.
So if you’re looking to hire Delphi developers, and willing to work with us to give this a try, drop me a line at email@example.com, and we’ll put your Delphi job on HiddenNetwork for FREE.
HiddenNetwork job postings are usually active for a month. For this free deal, Alex said we’d probably go for a couple of weeks to see how it goes. If there’s a good response from readers, Delphi jobs may become a permanent part of HiddenNetwork. And if not, then hey, it’s free, you didn’t lose anything but a bit of time.
(Note that the above e-mail address is not my regular e-mail address, and will cease to be active a few weeks from now, when I get sick of all the inevitable spambot spam and quit checking it anymore. So this is, in a sense, a limited-time offer.)