By Poyen Ramos on July 7, 2016
Recruiting top technical talent—especially software developers—can be a challenge to recruiters. It’s even more difficult if you’re not a programmer yourself. You’ve probably hired a few programmers that seemed fantastic during the interview but ultimately failed to deliver.
Interviewing programmers and software developers is a whole lot different than when you interview someone for any other position. There’s a lot of technicality involved, some of which as an ordinary recruiter, you might not quite understand. Candidates might say they know C++ or Python, but if you do not know anything about coding, how can you verify their claims?
This kit might not solve all these issues, but it can give you an idea on how to find, interview, and hire the best software developers and programmers out there.
What's inside are four simple steps on how to hire these pool of geniuses:
- Step 1: Consult from your network of programmers
- Step 2: The right questions to ask
- Step 3: Give a test project
- Step 4: Bring in the experts