At Nearsoft, recruiting is one of our core competencies. We are constantly looking for and interviewing talented developers. In this section you will find tips and tricks to improve your own selection process.
In the technology space talent has been in short supply for a while now. Competition is nothing short of fierce.
For a company, one option is to become a talent magnet, the place where the bestest and brightest want to join. At the other end of the spectrum, you just take who you can get and do the best you can.
The latter has never been an option for Nearsoft.
by Fausto Guerrero.
You are not alone. Everyone needs to grow their development team quickly. Software is eating the world and talented software developers are key. The bad news is they are really hard to find.
The good news is that you have options.
I have three words for you: define a true fit, training, and community growth (OK, so it was more than three words, but you get my point).
As a campus recruiter, I’ve watched this movie many, many times. Young, eager recruits with lots of potential join us. Then they get lost, struggle, and even fall out of the program. If you are an intern, get going on the right foot. Take these tips to heart (or die trying). Take It Seriously Spending […]
by Misael León.
Leah is a Design Researcher. Her unique way of customizing different research methods in a very flexible way impressed us. We had the opportunity to talk to her about this and other topics. Here’s the first part of our conversation. Leah is Principal Researcher at Spring Studio, a seasoned design studio in San Francisco, California. […]
by Jorge Symonds.
We adults have systematically lied to you your whole life. And if you happen to be an adult, you probably already know it. We’ve told you that your entire life would be all right if you succeed in school. But once you get out, the real trial begins. And the most horrific of those is […]
by Dora Cortazar.
A horror story is what you’ll become if you insist on adding inappropriate stuff to your resume.
The time has come for you to look for a job and finally act like a grown up. But you have to stand out amongst a sea of unemployed professionals!
Just don’t go overboard. Tell your story in a way that’s compelling, not laughable.
User Experience (UX) design is usually confused with similar terms like User Interface (UI) and User Testing (UT). Each of them are part of the same process. But have different and important definitions.
Denisse Gutierrez is part of the UX Clinic team. She conducts UX Research on a daily basis.
Here are a few of the questions we posed to her on this topic.
by Matt Perez.
What Is Nearsoft? When it comes to growing their dev teams, software product companies don’t have many good options. They can compete fiercely to attract and retain local talent. Or they can look in far away places and deal with all the collateral cultural friction. Nearsoft works exclusively with software product companies and startups. We […]
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