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I need to find a good Boolean string to search for iPhone / iOS developers for Orange County California that does not bring up every guy who has an iPhone or worked as a seller of the iPhone.... Any help?

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Hi Brittani -

 

Here's a string to try on Google:

site:linkedin.com ("Software Engineer"|"Developer") ("iOs Developers * logo"|"iPhone Developers * logo") "location * Orange County, California Area" -inurl:dir -recruiter

 

You may want to search additional areas such as LA and SD, as well as other groups.

 

Good luck!

-Kameron

Brittani:

In Linkedin, in People Advanced search. Try this string in Keyword box with 92780 zip code within 50 miles.

((ios * * developer) OR (iphone * * developer)) –(recruiter OR marketing OR marketer OR sales OR sourcer). You should get about 800+ results.

Also, join an iphone development group on Linkedin.

 

Chuck

Hi Brittani,

Please try this one over Google Engine..

site:www.linkedin.com (iOS | iPhone | "i Phone" | "i OS") (developer | Programmer | Coder | "Software Engineer") (inurl:pub | inurl:in) -dir -recruiter "california area"

 

Regards

Paul

Hey Brittani,

Try this on Bing/Yahoo

((ios * * developer) OR (iphone * * developer)) –(.doc OR .pdf OR txt OR sourcer)  AND (Orange County OR California) 

I have seen some local profile using the above 

Regards

--

Habeeb MD

Hi Brittani,

Try this on google

(intitle:resume OR inurl:resume OR intitle:CV OR inurl:CV)  iPhone|iOS Android (Developer|Programmer) -job -jobs (CA|California) 90001..92101

intitle:resume iPhone iOS Android (Developer|Programmer|"Software engineer") -job -jobs (CA|California) 90001..92101

(intitle:resume OR inurl:resume OR intitle:CV OR inurl:CV) iPhone iOS Android -job -jobs (CA|California) 90001..92101

Thanks

Santosh Kumar k

Brittani,

I'm sure the search is long over, but maybe "cocoa touch" should be on the keyword list? Sure you could get other, more targeted keywords that are relevant -- UIkit/appkit, etc.

-Dave

That's Awesome Dave..... 

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