Welcome to Issue No30 of On Hiring! More news on Google’s entry into the jobs space, a great method post by the legendary Glen Cathey, a fantastic case study in VR from Intuit, a massive report from Startup Genome (download it and read) and much more besides.
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Hung Lee is the founder ofWorkShape.io– the revolutionary recruiting platform for Software engineers
I’m not sure there’s a whole lot of measuring going on here, butBogdan Frankovskyidoes a reasonable job of explaining the core components of modern software development best practice. All requires context tho. Decent learning resource for recruiters who want to know about development ASSESSMENT
Leonardo da Vinci was credited with many inventions, perhaps the most humble of which might have been this: the first application form / cover letter / CV. Here’s the copy of the original letter, along with translation – even he had to sell himself in once upon a time. MUST READ
The obvious application of VR / MR is going to be an office tour. So great to seeAmanda Hippeof Intuit take on the idea and apply it for graduate recruiting. Everyone is going to be doing this, so take a look folks CASE STUDY
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After being MIA for most of this past week with a hideous illness, I am back, fit and healthy and ready to take the on world of recruitment once again. Message me on Twitter@HungLeeor email on [email protected] if you want to talk tech hiring or the future of the planet.