List of R programmers

September 26, 2014

(This article was first published on isomorphismes, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

List of R programmers:

Hello R people.

In December of 2013 I posted a cheap-o wiki-editable (thank you github) contact list which recruiters can use to find you, if they’re looking for R programmers.

In what I consider a resounding success, within a few weeks it got onto the first page of google (thank you github), and within a month or two it was the first result in Google.

So I would say this is the best (also to my knowledge the only) place to put your name if you want to be found for R work.

Posting this again because some peoples’ situations may have changed, and others may have not seen the first notice. Also because a little bird told me about a recruiter who wants to hire people for full-time ggplot work in London asap.

I’ll be checking github for pull requests in the wake of this posting, to make sure your details don’t linger in github limbo.

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