If you work in a technical capacity, or make a living from hiring people in the IT industry,  chances are you’ve probably crossed paths with Stack Overflow.

When in need of a collective brains trust to help tackle those hairy, unsolvable, tech-related issues, Stack Overflow is the go-to site where IT assistance is practically provided on tap.

I personally am guilty of shopping around their Q&A site for answers whenever I find myself in a pickle, and with good reason.

Stack Overflow’s reach and engagement is impressive. More than 40 million (yes, I said million) professional and aspiring programmers visit Stack Overflow each month and post nearly 8 thousand questions per day! It is estimated that developers have found help from their fellow coders more than 7.5 billion times on Stack Overflow.  

It is with great joy that I announce that Stack Overflow is our newest partner and  is now integrated with JobAdder.

This integration means that you can post ads directly to Stack Overflow from your JobAdder account and tap into a highly-skilled talent pool.

You can also take advantage of our applicant tracking capabilities to ensure targeted candidates make it back home safely onto your JobAdder dashboard.

Here’s a bit more about our latest integration:

Stack Overflow is the largest, most trusted online community for programmers to learn, share their knowledge and advance their careers.

Developers trust Stack Overflow to help solve coding problems, acquire new skills and find job opportunities.

Founded in 2008, Stack Overflow sees 40 million visitors each month and is the flagship site of the Stack Exchange network, home to 150+ Q&A sites dedicated to niche topics.

If you would like to find out more about Stack Overflow hiring solutions, please contact Alex Bass (abass@stackoverflow.com). You can also contact our support team to get help adding this integrated job board onto your account.

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