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Discussion: hiring a developer

In case you have missed it in the news item or newsletter, Metaculus is currently looking to augment the very time-constrained Max with a full-stack developer.

This person will be quite crucial in bringing to life the many, many great features currently sitting in the queue.

This post is both a reminder/announcement for those who might be interested, or have a friend who is interested, and also a request for ideas for good venues or methods of finding the right person. It's very hard to compete with big tech companies and VC-funded startups to hire good talent, so we'll probably need to find someone who has additional motivations (e.g. want to be part of something interesting and positive, wants Metaculus to succeed, etc.) to get a really great person.

The ad, again, is at: https://www.metaculus.com/news/2019/06/26/jobs--web-developer/