You Can’t Always Get the Developers You Want…but with Flexibility You Can Get the Ones You Need..

Another week passes, and you’re still no closer to filling the position. Unlike most job openings that you’ve recruited for, this one has been particularly challenging. Your development team has tasked you with the near-impossible mission of recruiting a Ruby on Rails expert who is also willing to relocate to your corporate office. Ruby on Rails engineers are hard enough to come by, but someone who is willing to pack up and move? That’s doubly complicated. You’ve spent countless hours

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How to Free Up More Time When Recruiting Developers

How to Free Up More Time When Recruiting Developers

You look up from your desk, and it’s already 6:38 pm. Another busy day has drawn to a close, but what do you have to show for it? Despite reaching out to dozens of seemingly qualified engineers, only a handful have expressed marginal interest in your Full Stack developer position. As you know all too well, these days hiring programmers is not for the faint of heart. If you want to find the right technical talent, you’ll just need to

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Diamonds not Dirt

Diamonds not Dirt

Your product team just informed you that they need to hire five Full Stack developers – all by month’s end. As the request sinks in, you begin to think through the monumental effort that will be required to pull this off. Hiring a single Full Stack developer is hard enough. But five all at once? Seriously? Most recruiters in your shoes would commence the arduous process of posting ads and combing countless Linkedin developer groups and profiles. Part of you

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Why Experience Diversity Matters in Tech

Why Experience Diversity Matters in Tech

Diversity, as a concept in technical recruiting and hiring, covers a lot of ground. It can include race, gender, sexual orientation, age, and religion. Diversity can also include different thinking, working, and communication styles. But there’s one specific form of diversity doesn’t get a lot of press, but is extremely important for companies that want to build innovative engineering teams: experience diversity. Experience diversity basically refers to having a variety of different life experiences and backgrounds. These experiences will naturally

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