If you're running any kind of growing tech company, chances are you're going to need a software engineer or two. The key to success is finding those diamonds in the rough that have both the technical chops and the ability to mesh with your current team and the company culture. When you're evaluating candidates, there's a set of questions that can help you narrow in on just the right fit.
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Based on interviews with development managers and recruitment experts, these five questions you should be asking job candidates are aimed at evaluating not only a prospect's technical chops also but his or her ability to communicate and work with real, live people.