JobSyntax launched in the spring of 2006 as collaboration between
Zoe Goldring and Gretchen Ledgard. JobSyntax was built from our
shared passion to help technical jobseekers and technical employers
better understand one another and speak the same language.
We worked 1:1 with software engineers, helping them develop
effective resumes and coaching them through tough job search,
interview, and negotiation situations. We also partnered with small
software companies in assisting them in building basic recruiting
infrastructure and sourcing and marketing strategies, tactics, and
As of August 2007, we’re no longer actively offering our services, but we’re still passionate about breaking the code.
We wish you all the best in your job or candidate search!
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859 ViewsThanks for visiting JobSyntax! We closed the JobSyntax blog in
August 2007, but check out the archives … there’s lots of employer
and jobseeker tips still hanging around.
Best of luck in your job or talent search!
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darkness here on the JobSyntax blog, and we wanted to update everyone
on the latest with us! Lately, we’ve found an FAQ to work the
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I’m taking a little “break.” I think every blogger is entitled to
a break every now and then.
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