Tag Archives: technical recruiting

Who Do You Trust?

By | November 27, 2020

Poking around this morning I stumbled into this post talking about what your email address says about you. The “Who do you trust?” question hits everyone with an email address, but technical recruiters most often. I love the survey results, even if they did only survey their own members. The graphic found later in the… Read More »

The Bottom for Technical Recruiting Just Keeps Getting Lower

By | November 11, 2020

Ordinarily I wouldn’t drag something this specific onto my geek blog, but every time I try to reply to the pimps email it bounces. I had never heard of gandi.net. Given how well their email works I suspect they won’t be around for very long. Why do I need to have an unsubscribe link when… Read More »

Popups and Popovers are Physically Inexcusable Design Failures

By | July 28, 2018

You know, when I’m driving around, I listen to WBBM News Radio 78 quite a bit if I’m close enough to pull it in, this is especially true if I’m helping on the family farm as you kind of live by the weather during times of fieldwork. This is in rather stark contrast to my… Read More »

Why You Suck As a Technical Recruiter – Again

By | June 27, 2018

It never ceases to amaze me how the most unqualified people tend to become “technical recruiters.” I had a big conversation a while back with the head/owner of a “consulting” company about why he can’t ever find Qt consultants capable of landing a contract. You only work W-2. Qualified people only work 1099. Your primary… Read More »