Press Release

IT Pinoy Jobsite Launched to Help Filipino Programmers in Finding Their Dream Job

ITPinoy.com has officially launched and now accepting job posting submissions for free.


Seymour, CT, April 23, 2009 – Bienvenido David, a United States based Filipino programmer officially announced today the launching of its newest IT job portal - the www.itpinoy.com. The website was built to help fellow Filipinos in finding their dream job in the field of programming and employers to acquire the ideal candidate for their offered position. The promising job site accepts various programming related job orders such as Java/J2EE, .Net, C/C++, PHP/Ruby, Linux/Unix, Database and QA from small to large scale companies all throughout the world.

The site is a stepping stone for Filipino programmers to acquire the job they wanted based on their skills and talent. It is focused on jobs for programmers to make their job search easier and on the other hand, make it easier for employers to find the best candidate for the related position they offer. Bienvenido David is very ecstatic about the launch of the website.

“This is one of my endeavors as a Filipino”, he said with enthusiasm and optimism. “I really wanted to help the Filipino programmers to excel and show off their caliber as world class programmers. And through this website, I believe that we have widely opened the door of opportunities for both jobseekers and employers.”

“The launched of ITPinoy.com is a clear evidence of the arising demand for hardworking and talented Filipino programmers in the industry”, Bienvenido continues. The use of service is free and easy, allowing legitimate employers to post their job orders in just simple steps which require basic information. All job order submissions are human edited and verified for authenticity and accuracy.

The entire team of ITPinoy.com hopes to take the Filipino programmers into a higher level of success in this field - sharing the same hopes to the employers as part of its objective. The site has now almost two hundred jobs available for browsing as of this writing.

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