What's funny to me is, I liked the "Dice Jobs in your area" side-bar (before it was recently removed).
It's interesting to see what jobs are available in my area, without hunting for them, especially if I'm not actively searching for a job. The original idea of Dice/DHI buying Slashdot Media seemed logical to me: lets connect all these tech folk with competing employers; a win for everyone.
Unfortunately StackOverflow does their job matching MUCH better, mostly due to the nature of measuring skilled volunteers with quantified "karma" in select knowledge domains. I don't see how DHI can compete with LinkedIn (their scale) nor StackOverflow (their data). If I was hiring a DBA, I would totally go to SO where my pool of applicants are already vetted based on their posts.
Also unfortunately GitHub does code hosting MUCH better than SourceForge, mostly due to SF not improving anything for the last 10 years. (And no one likes bundling anything in their downloads, so hopefully the new owner will end that horrible practice, or just shut SF.net down.)
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