How to Effectively Recruit on GitHub

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GitHub has 31 million developer/tech worker profiles that include tech skills, location, social media, and personal emails. GitHub is free to join. And with at least 22% of IT workers reporting that they don’t even have a LinkedIn account, why are recruiters not on GitHub? For tech recruiting, sourcing from GitHub is like “eating your vegetables”: Something you know is …

Good Business Relationships Start with Transparency

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We believe that transparency is the only way to start a relationship. For SaaS, the most important form of transparency is pricing. Unfortunately, it’s often the last thing software vendors want to talk about. Isn’t it amazing how many recruiting service providers don’t show pricing up front? You first have to “request a demo” and then sit through the presentation before …

Search String Examples on GitHub

Three High Mileage Search String Examples on GitHub

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[vc_row padding_top=”0px” padding_bottom=”0px”][vc_column fade_animation_offset=”45px” width=”1/1″][text_output]You’ve decided to expand your tech recruiting search chops beyond LinkedIn and other overfished ponds and venture out to GitHub.com where developers do their thing. Fantastic choice as you’ll be hooked in no time. Once you land there, you might be wondering how to do searches to find what you need?  Just focus on the top …

Recruiting Tool Evaluation: InMail vs. Personal Email

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With over 500 million profiles, LinkedIn is the go to place for recruiting.  While it has great information on a candidate’s work history, education, and other information, a LinkedIn profile is missing the most important piece of information for recruiters, the contact information. In lieu of that, recruiters can either use InMail or try to find the candidate’s email elsewhere. …