Want to get a job at a Seattle startup? Here’s how!

I just learned that our good friend and legendary startup advocate Andy Sack just launched a very cool new program to Codefellowsgrow the pool of startup dev talent in Seattle. I suspect that the lucky folks who participate are going to have crazy-good job opportunities making serious bank — and many of them will find themselves in the right place at the right time and ride a killer startup to a life changing exit (although I don’t think the program guarantees that 😉 Here’s some deets on the program:

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Calling all awesome engineers looking for a job they love at a startup in Seattle! Code Fellows has a lined up a great set of local startups for you to meet on Jan. 16. Plus, SEOMoz CEO Rand Fishkin is giving a talk about awesome company cultures.

WHAT IS IT?
A seminar and mixer about startup jobs in Seattle. Keynote by Rand Fishkin followed by a round-table of CTOs. Open mixer with local startups. And beer. Good beer!
Limited space, register soon at http://getawesome.eventbrite.com/
** This week only, use code “GETAWESOME” to attend event for free**

WHO SHOULD COME?
Engineers and designers interested in getting a job at a startup.
If you’re not sure that your tech skills are polished enough, take a look at Code Fellows. They run 4-week bootcamps that teach fundamental technical skills.

Recruiters and Service Providers not welcome.

For more info please visit: http://codefellows.org/getawesome

Register for the event HERE.

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Chronic Technology Entrepreneur, Philosophy Grad, Poker Instigator, Dad View all posts by Bob Crimmins

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