July 2015 | Riviera Partners
If you’re on the lookout for a new job, there are several things you can do to make your hunt more successful. Number one is to make sure you have a tight resume that has been recently updated, and then translate that to networking sites...
If you’re on the lookout for a new job, there are several things you can do to make your hunt more successful. Number one is to make sure you have a tight resume that has been recently updated, and then translate that to networking sites like LinkedIn. For programmers, another is to get involved on Stack Overflow. Why? Because recruiters use it to determine whether your skills and personality will be a good fit for certain roles. Read more.
(Dice) – Using Stack Overflow in Your Job Search
How much can a recruiter learn about you from a question-and-answer session? A fair amount, it turns out, which is why a number of them turn to Stack Overflow when they’re searching for candidates for tech roles.
Some recruiters believe that reading through profiles gives them an opportunity to get a sense of a candidate’s technical expertise, how they approach technical challenges, and their skill at communicating with others.
Most agree that the site can be helpful in creating a full and balanced profile of those they’re trying to match with an open role. Stack Overflow’s strength, they add, lies not in its ability to search for candidates (most agree its tools are too limited for that) but in the help it can give in deciding whether you have the skills and personality to fit with the demands of particular job.
April 2019 | Will Hunsinger
Some ideas about the factors that contributed to the dearth of women in tech, and how we might work to prepare more women for leadership in the future.
March 2019 | Riviera Partners
Working with a technical recruiter or technology search agency can be fundamental to business growth. If tech is a key driver in your company’s success, then hiring the best leaders in the technology industry is essential.
March 2019 | Will Hunsinger
Placing great candidates in great companies is high art. I know that every placement firm says the same thing, but I believe we have a unique perspective on it.