ITA Software is the hot company right now that's hiring for the near-mythical "Lisp job". But what if you don't want to sell plane tickets?
As far as I know, the classic email@example.com mailing list is dead, which is unfortunate as it used to be an great resource.
In comp.lang.lisp, Steven Haflich shares what he learned from writing an automatic Lisp job aggregator tool:
Of all the major jobs sites that I scanned in this project, by far the most productive was monster.com. I don't know why, but they seemed always to have a larger number of "interesting" Lisp jobs than the competitors. It is true that a year or two ago there were more jobs than now, but I believe this is more due to general economic conditions than the relevance of Lisp.
(Don't worry, the instant the company I work for starts hiring more Lisp programmers, I'll let you know.)Posted by jjwiseman at February 14, 2002 10:03 AM