Introducing the Dice Tech Talent Communities

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CommunityWe’ve just launched the first of a series of communities built around specific areas of tech. Honestly, they’re pretty cool.

Each covers industry trends, best practices, current news and job hunting, along with calendars of upcoming events, links to resources and tutorials, and employers hiring in the area. And, you can jump into discussions with the professionals who run them, as well as other users.

And the first three are:

Check them out and watch for the others we’ll be launching. Alice wants 20 of them by the end of 2012. If you’ve got suggestions on what they should be, email me or post a comment below.

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January 05, 2012 at 6:12 pm, Mike said:

Can you post the complete list?

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January 06, 2012 at 12:16 pm, Alexandra Dendy said:

Would love one for business analysts!

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January 07, 2012 at 12:49 am, Donnell Williams said:

IT Quality Assurance would be a great community.

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January 07, 2012 at 9:21 pm, The Nightcrawler said:

What about one for those of us who work in Tech Marketing?

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January 09, 2012 at 8:51 am, Mark Feffer said:

Thanks, all — I’ll look into all of these. The one’s on our list for now are:

Management
New York
.NET
Business Intelligence
Big Data
Data Warehouse
C++/C#
Windows 8
Austin
iOS
VMWare
Sharepoint
Java
Systems Admin
Startups
Mobile Game Development

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January 09, 2012 at 8:59 am, Mark Feffer said:

I’m not exactly sure of Southeast Michigan, but it seems like a lot of community colleges offer courses in Remedy, so I’d start by giving them a call, and also a local workforce development office. Another good starting point is BMC Software’s education page at http://www.bmc.com/education. They’ve got a bunch of online courses.

Best,

Mark

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