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»  October 24, 2005

Director  

I Found My Job On the DOUG Job Board!

After over ten years of more-or-less full-time multimedia freelancing, I started a job today. Not just any job, but a Director job with Reality Engineering of Vancouver, Washington.

I mention this because — like any good Director developer — I got my job from the DOUG Job Board. Within days of seeing the posting on the Macromedia XML News Aggregator in September, I had an interview, and the only reason I didn't begin work until this week was a project in progress and an impending trip to MAX 2005.

So, if any of you ever had any doubts about the Job Board, take it from one old Director developer who's willing to say that it worked not only for himself but for the people who posted the job. At least, that's what I hope they're thinking!

Mon Oct 24, 2005 22:49 -0700