Not So Revolutionary Job Board for Web Developers 🚀

"Listen up, folks! Brace yourselves for the latest addition to the job board extravaganza—drumroll—


Yep, that's right, because apparently, the world just can't get enough of job boards. We've got more job boards than grains of sand on a beach, but hey, who's counting?

Alright, folks, hold onto your keyboards because we're introducing the "Not So Revolutionary" Job Board for Web Developers! Buckle up for a thrilling journey through the mildly interesting world of job hunting, where web developers navigate the vast sea of opportunities with a sense of mild enthusiasm.

Now, before you roll your eyes and close that tab, let's embrace the honesty here. We're not reinventing the wheel, folks. We're just another job board, floating in a vast ocean of job boards. But hey, why not add one more to the mix, right? It's like getting the 100th shovel in a sandbox—questionable, but still kinda fun!

So, what sets us apart from the gazillion other job boards out there? Well, we've got job listings for web developers. Yes, you heard that right! We're bringing you the groundbreaking innovation of connecting web developers with...wait for it...web development jobs! Mind-blowing, isn't it?

But hold on, it doesn't end there! We're here to cater exclusively to the web development community. Front-end wizards, back-end gurus, and full-stack superheroes, unite! This is your playground, where you can find jobs that make your code-loving hearts skip a beat.

Now, get ready for the "sort of exciting" part. We've got standard job listings, just like everyone else. No bells, no whistles, just good ol' plain text job descriptions. We're keeping it real, folks! No fancy frills, no extravagant fireworks—just a simple, straightforward approach to job hunting.

Embrace the mediocrity and let's navigate this not-so-revolutionary job board together. Your dream job might be just a few mundane clicks away. Get ready to launch your career with the mild enthusiasm of a rocket on a casual Sunday stroll—rocket ship not included! 🚀

I'm open to your wild and crazy feedback, brilliant ideas, and even not-so-brilliant ones

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    This is cool in a Toyota Corolla kind of way - it's not flashy but it gets the job done. Your writing, however, is the true star. I'd probably read a post about the creation of cardboard if you wrote it like this.

    A small bit of feedback: empty states might be helpful here. I'm also seeing some dev roles show up when filtering by UI/UX designer. Not sure if that's intentional?

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      A small bit of feedback: empty states might be helpful here: I didn't understand
      dev roles show up when filtering by UI/UX designer: Accidentally selected the wrong category during posting

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        An empty state is what shows up when your tool doesn't return any information. For example, if I click on a category that doesn't have any jobs (like "no code"), its nice if there's a message like "We don't have any jobs related to your search. Check back soon!", rather than an empty screen.

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    Random tangent, I have some job board I got subscribed to at some point in life... It's funny the links you click aren't their's, goes through a bunch of redirects.

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    I love the simple and elegant interface. Good luck!

    How do you source these job descriptions btw?

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      The process of sourcing these job descriptions is a mystical adventure that combines the finesse of a skilled detective, the charm of a smooth-talking spy, and the agility of a nimble-fingered acrobat.
      Picture me donning a snazzy detective hat, equipped with a magnifying glass and a stylish trench coat, sneaking into the darkest corners of the internet to extract the juiciest job descriptions known to humankind. Manual copy-paste editing.

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        You could also use https://jobdata.foorilla.com/ for job post sourcing btw - would probably save tons of manual labor ;)

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          automation is on the job to-do list.

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