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Is there a reason why the joel test isn't on the jobs.stackoverflow site? It's pretty handy to have and seems appropriate for that site.

Edit: So this was my fault. I did a search for jobs and none of the jobs had joel test scores so I though it wasn't implemented.

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What do you mean?

Companies that have opted to include the Joel Test are shown with a number in a green circle next to their name that represents the number of "points" they have on the Joel Test.

If you are a company posting a job, the job posting page has check boxes for every part of the Joel Test and you check the ones that apply to your company, along with a check box to opt-out of showing the Joel Test results. There is also a link to the Joel Test blog posting on that same page.

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I actually posted an answer about why companies wouldn't want the test and here it turns out it is on there actually. This is what I get for answering a question without having apparently seen the board anymore than the OP. –  TheTXI Aug 7 '09 at 19:12

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