Slightly OT: What metro areas are best for a software development career?

Matt Jones matt.walker.jones at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 17:28:42 CET 2013


Check out this article.  It lists some information about IT/Sofware jobs
and places where you can get them.  I recommend Austin personally, as I've
lived for a number of years.

http://msn.careerbuilder.com/Article/MSN-3218-Job-Info-and-Trends-A-closer-look-at-the-fast-growing-technology-field/?SiteId=cbmsn43218&sc_extcmp=JS_3218_advice

*Matt Jones*


On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 10:18 AM, Jason Hsu <jhsu802701 at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am looking for a position as a software development engineer.  I'm
> currently learning to develop Android apps (
> http://www.jasonhsu.com/android-apps), and I use Python for implementing
> Doppler Value Investing (http://www.dopplervalueinvesting.com) and for
> developing Swift Linux (http://www.swiftlinux.org).  NOTE: Thanks to
> those of you who answered the questions I asked as I developed Doppler
> Value Investing.
>
> I currently live in Minnesota about 50 miles west of Minneapolis, and I am
> considering moving.  What are the best metro areas (Silicon Valley, Los
> Angeles, San Diego, Chicago, Twin Cities, Boston, NYC, DC, etc.) for a
> software development career, how would you rank them, and why?
>
> The Twin Cities metro area has a technical community portal called
> http://tech.mn .  Are there analogous technical community portals for
> other metro areas?
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