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Julia Silge

Julia Silge
Julia Silge is a data scientist at Stack Overflow. She enjoys making beautiful charts, the statistical programming language R, black coffee, red wine, and the mountains of her adopted home state of Utah. She has a PhD in astrophysics and an abiding love for Jane Austen.
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Recent Posts

Hiring Developers Throughout the Year

We often hear questions from employers about when the best (and worst) times to hire developers are throughout the year. Are certain months better for getting the attention of interested developers? Is it a bad idea to post a new job right before the holidays? Are developers less interested in considering a career change during the summer months? With summer right around the corner, let's dig into the data we have on developer job-hunting habits through the year on Stack Overflow.

What Benefits Are Companies Offering Developers?

I just started my new job here at Stack Overflow, and like most of us, one thing I think about when considering a career move is what kind of benefits a company offers. Firms looking to hire developers can create a company page here at Stack Overflow. This means that we here on the Data Team can explore what types of benefits companies offer developers and how those benefits change across companies of different sizes or in different locations. In this post, we'll use text mining and data visualization to investigate the benefits companies offer to the developers they hire.

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