Posted on August 20, 2012
Careers 2.0 matches great programmers on Stack Overflow with great jobs. Programmers create profiles highlighting their work on Stack Overflow, which gives employers an in-depth look at their expertise. Employers search for programmers by location, objective, and skills, and screen them based on peer-reviewed work.
What is Stack Overflow?
Stack Overflow is the largest programming site on the Internet, where millions of programmers from around the world ask and answer highly technical programming questions. It has a unique system of voting, badges, Wikipedia-style editing and reputation that ensures extremely high-quality, peer-reviewed answers to every question. If you have not done so go and give them a visit at http://www.stackoverflow.com
Since launching in 2008, Stack Overflow has grown to over a million questions and 3 million answers on every programming topic imaginable. It is a part of the Stack Exchange network, a fast growing group of 90+ expert Q&A websites. Stack Exchange Inc. is a New York-based company, founded by Joel Spolsky and Jeff Atwood, and funded by Union Square Ventures.