June 24, 2008
TheDailyWTF is a site known and beloved by many a developer eager to take pleasure and enjoyment from the (often bone-headed) mistakes of lesser colleagues. It’s all in good fun, right? If you’ve not yet been to TheDailyWTF.com, head over and have a laugh, or perhaps a cry, at some of your industry brethren.
While there, you’ll notice “non-wtf” job listings in the left sidebar. These are from ‘thehiddennetwork’, a network of blogs established to show job listing to blog readers. There are about 50 job blogs and sites in the network, but you can browse all the job listings directly from TheDailyWTF.com. Purchasing a job listing from the site will get your job listing shown on all the blogs in the network, as you might expect.
As for job listings, there’s not a *huge* amount - about 60 as I write this today - so browsing shouldn’t take to long to see if there’s something that strikes your fancy. There’s no specific search method, which I found odd, but you can filter by technology and location. An ‘indeed.com’ method of free-form text searching would be more useful, but as there’s not thousands to search through, this probably isn’t warranted (yet?). You can subscribe to the listings via RSS, as with most other systems.