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I am not looking for a job, but I'm curious about whether SO is expanding.

Is it?

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"I am not looking for a job" - I call shenanigans. – Eric Aug 14 '09 at 21:09
    
[pistol whips Eric] – TheTXI Aug 14 '09 at 22:02
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OK, I am truck driver and trying to make into development..there you have it – Andrei Aug 15 '09 at 16:22
    
hey, i respect that – Shawn Nov 24 '09 at 21:30
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If they were there would be an ad on the right =)

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Or they would have just sent an email to some brilliant users. – xmm0 Aug 14 '09 at 21:12
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But I don't think they'll be able to hire Jon Skeet away from his current job... – AnonJr Nov 24 '09 at 20:40
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that would be useless, everyone knows the best developers all use adblock! :) – Kip Nov 25 '09 at 5:09

Yes

waffle house

They are changing course to bricks mortar and ...

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No but the universe is expanding

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Yes, at the time of this writing. But that's subject to change. See http://stackoverflow.com/about/hiring for the latest updates.

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Heh, dude - if u have to ask, you're not eligable. Why do you think they created Careers ? So they have access to a pool of posible candidates, where they can easily pick the best and filter the crap ... on tap :)

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And they're getting paid by the users to be eligible! This is the greatest scam in the history of everything. – JSONBog Nov 25 '09 at 1:36
    
Scam? no wai -> i think it's awesome! wish i thought of it first :) – Pure.Krome Nov 25 '09 at 2:19

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