|9 Recommended Products||Recommendations||Price||Last Updated|
|#1 Use an anonymous "make me an offer site" like FiveYearItch or JobPoacher||56 | 0|
|Jun 8, 2016|
|#2 Ask friends||13 | 0|
|Jan 7, 2014|
|#3 Search job boards||12 | 0|
|Aug 8, 2013|
|#4 Be an active contributor to GitHub projects· · ·||11 | 0|
|Oct 31, 2014|
|#5 Professional networking||9 | 0|
|Nov 13, 2013|
|#6 Use LinkedIn to find an interesting company||9 | 0|
|Aug 8, 2013|
Use an anonymous "make me an offer site" like FiveYearItch or JobPoacher
It's best to keep your name private, but still let the offers come in as long as they match your requirements. Try these sites: FiveYearItch.com JobPoacher.com
Friends can tell you what's really going on in their workplaces; they can also give you the best possible recommendation.
Be an active contributor to GitHub projects
Even better, create a new GitHub project that you actively update. Apparently, recruiters use GitHub to find candidates.
An off-shoot of the friends option, profesional contacts and referrals are preferred for premium jobs that haven't yet hit the light of a job board.
Use LinkedIn to find an interesting company
LinkedIn is a fantastic research tool for finding new and interesting companies that do things you want to do. It's not just a networking tool.
If you're into startups, AngelList is a great resource that has steadily been gaining traction.
Turn to a recruiter
Only a professional who's on your side -- working for you -- can make the best possible connection.