Sending in a resume is the main way a person hopes to get noticed for a job. But a startup out of Amsterdam called TestGorilla is today announcing $70 million in funding for a very different kind of a
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Recruiting a winning engineering team can be intimidating, especially for first-time and non-technical founders.
People who live in emerging markets use LinkedIn less frequently, even though these locations harbor some of the world's most promising tech talent.
It’s 2020 and the world has changed remarkably, including in how companies screen data science candidates.
A high demand for engineering talent in our digital world has driven companies that need to make these technical hires to cast their nets wider in the search for good people. Now, a company that has b
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Searching for a job is just like dating, banking or procrastinating on chores until someone else does them: It’s something we all have to do. So why shouldn’t the job search be the basis for mobil
Last week, I wrote a column on the deep fear held by many in the startup ecosystem of hiring a “Secretly Terrible Engineer.” I argued that for a variety of cultural reasons, software engineering h