(For more Promoting Professional Geekery, see this Roundup of past columns.)
You know how it goes. You’re there helping plan a convention and someone mentions they really need some artists for a project. The artists group you hang with is looking for work. That networking group of techheads is shrinking because of time limits, attrition, and people finding work.
All those geeky/progeeky groups have needs, and interested people. They’ve got plenty of progeeks who could benefit from the two groups teaming up . . . Continue reading