Some Other Interesting Information
Pair programming -- a programming practice that seems to be gaining momentum. Thanks to Dan Hyde and Rick Zaccone for introducing this idea to me. Information about
Employment and salary information about computing professionals, quoted from May 1996 IEEE Computer "Employment 2005: Boom or Bust for Computer Professionals?"
CRA Taulbee Survey
DataMasters Salary Survey
E-Span Salary Survey
Pencom Systems Interactive Salary Survey
Job searches on the Web, quoted from May 1996 IEEE Computer "Employment 2005: Boom or Bust for Computer Professionals?", I have tested most of them.
from Academe this Week section of the
Chronicel of Higher Education
America's Job Bank
offers 250,000 employment opportunities.
offers 9,000 opportunities and links to major employment databases.
features employer profiles, an information center, and a job database.
register for free then search the classified recruitment ads in six major US newspapers.
provide extensive list of career services.
's Career Opportunities
post university, college, and industry job monthly.
EE/CS Mother Site
list more than 200 companies, this is a great place to start a job search.
provide electronic job advertising for about 2,000 companies.
IEEE Employment Services
maintain a free resume referral service for IEEE US members, a national job-listing service, Internet links to other services.
Carrer planning and employment information, job-search articles and tips, job listings, and compony information sponsored by the National Association of College and Employers.
list more than 48,000 jobs.
Online Career Center
provide a database, job and resume files, company information and profiles, and on-line keyword search.
The Technology Registry
contain the profiles of more than 160,000 executives, managers, and individual contributors employed by more than 40,000 technology companies.
CND (China News Digest)
is building a virtual museum for the