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Manage Your Profile

Post your resume on Dev Bistro and be seen by thousands of employers searching the site daily! Plus, all of our postings get indexed (but not cached) by Google within 1 day. Thus, posting your resume here will greatly boost your industry exposure for the keywords you are targeting (i.e. skills, technical buzzwords, etc.)

Your name and contact details will only be available to registered Dev Bistro employers with a current resume access subscription. You can edit or take down your resume at any time. Any submissions to Dev Bistro are at your own discretion.

bullet Post your resume

bullet Edit your resume

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Job Search
bullet Search tech jobs

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bullet RSS job feeds

Job Alerts

You can define up to 3 tech job alerts to accomodate various combinations of different keywords, location, telecommute option, etc. As long as your job search agents are active, a single email containing matching job descriptions and links to them will be dispatched to you once a day around midnight Eastern Standard Time (USA & Canada). This message will be sent out ONLY IF there were matches to your job search criteria on that particular day. Use the links below to manage your job alerts at any time.

bullet Get job alerts

bullet Manage your job alerts

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