Want a job? These 10 tech firms are hiring

Companies explain strategies for filling hundreds of U.S. openings for highly skilled tech workers

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Frink said that the company has "found that the talent pools in our strategic growth areas of Austin and the Bay Area are excellent. The biggest challenge is finding candidates that have both the skills and the entrepreneurial spirit that is so important to our culture at Dell. In the Bay Area in particular, demand for developers is at an all-time high, which makes it a very competitive job market."

Dell's career page is here.

Wayfair LLC

Shopping site Wayfair LLC is seeking to fill more than 30 positions in in engineering department, and says it wants people interested in working in a "continual deployment" environment.

Steve Conine, chairman and co-founder of the Boston-based Wayfair.com, said the "biggest incentive [for potential workers] is to be part of a team that is building the next big ecommerce site.

"You might have missed the opportunity to join Amazon in 1999 or eBay in 1996. We're at a similar point in our company's life and we have goals that are as ambitious. Beyond our pre-IPO status, and our compensation packages that include competitive salaries and equity, Wayfair has a great work-life balance and the opportunity to be around inspiring peers," he said.

Wayfair's careers page is here .

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