I Want You, and I Want Your Passion

A Dramatic Leader

A Dramatic Leader

No, this isn’t a personal ad. We’re looking for people who might like to guide one of our Talent Communities. You’d be the person who gives voice to those who work in your particular specialty, sharing your thoughts and lessons by blogging, answering questions in the discussion boards, and helping identify conferences, organizations and other resources that can help people develop their skills.

Yes, it requires some effort, but it’s designed to be manageable. We know you have a day job, after all. Besides a small fee, we can offer you visibility and bragging rights. (Of course, we’ll link to your own blog, if you have one.) Plus, there’s a lot to be said for helping people get better at what they do.

The Communities aren’t only about careers — they’re about best practices, trends, all the things you talk about when you talk shop. So, you’ve got a lot of running room when it comes to putting your area together.

Right now, I’m looking for guides for these new communities:

  • Austin
  • Windows 8
  • Web Development
  • iOS
  • Women in Tech
  • .NET
  • Business Intelligence
  • C++/C#
  • Data Warehouse
  • Health IT
  • Java
  • Media Design
  • Mobile Game Development
  • Systems Administration
  • UI Specialist
  • VMWare

If you’d like to pursue another area, let me know. There are a lot of topics besides these we’d like to get into — but the list is long.

If you’re interested, or have questions, send me an email at editor@dice.com. Thanks.

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No Responses to “I Want You, and I Want Your Passion”

July 19, 2012 at 6:28 pm, Owen Rubel said:

I want you and I want YOUR I want spelling corrections to make us look professional when recruiting 🙂


July 20, 2012 at 7:56 am, Mark Feffer said:

Well, you know, Owen, I was just testing to make sure you were paying attention. Yeah, that’s it :).

Thanks for the catch.



October 07, 2012 at 2:54 am, Eric Mayers said:

I’m a bit confused. Are you asking for people to handle and moderate forums/boards? I help out at a few sites like http://toolsie.com/ and http://movtage.com/, but that’s not all that “career” based. I’m pretty well knowledge in “web development” and “business knowledge” however.


October 11, 2012 at 10:53 am, Mark Feffer said:

Hi Eric. If you email me at editor@dice.com, I can send you back some details. Thanks.



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