Jobsort is for software developers, testers, and designers who are dissatisfied with the process of finding a job. Our product is a job board that connects passive candidates with startups and enterprises. Unlike other job sites, we give back 100% of profits to non-profit organizations that teach kids how to code.
- Focus on the search box. Use Alt + s on Windows or Linux; and Control + Option + s on macOS or iPadOS.
- Focus on the location box. Use Alt + l on Windows or Linux; and Control + Option + l on macOS or iPadOS.
We Care About
- Giving back. 100% of profits are donated to non-profits that teach kids to code. We strongly believe in opportunity for all.
- Web accessibility. We strive to make Jobsort accessible for everyone.
- Web performance. We use state of the art algorithms and technologies to speed up Jobsort.
- How we measure performance. We use Sentry to measure page loads which collects metadata such as connection type, device memory, browser name, etc. We use these data to understand performance bottlenecks and to speed up Jobsort.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Why do results use zero-based numbering? Because array indexing starts at zero and this website was built by developers for developers.
- What frontend technologies does Jobsort use? Jobsort is built on top of the amazing work of others who contributed to Next, React, and Tailwind. The website is hosted on Cloudflare and the CI/CD pipeline runs out of Gitlab.
- February 2021. Integrated user authentication via Auth0.
- January 2021. Started a blog that is generated out of R Markdown notebooks.
- December 2020. Built reverse index to support search-as-you-type. Updated bot to index jobs from 100+ startups and enterprises, as listed at companies.txt.
- November 2020. Built bot to index jobs from Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Intel, Microsoft, Netflix, Nintendo, and Tesla.
- October 2020. Added auto-complete to the search and location boxes by generating bigrams, trigrams, and quadgrams on our corpus; then, these n-grams are filtered out via some part-of-speech tagging rules.
- September 2020. Initial commit and static website setup.