There you go, the YBorder success stories series continues! Mathieu was one of the first candidates hired through our platform. This French front-end developer was recruited by one of our Canadian partners. We are proud to have succeeded in helping him find the perfect job. We organized a short interview to get his feedback on our recruitment platform.
Job interviews are stressful experiences for most of us. Even though face-to-face interviews are common, phone (or Skype) interviews have grown in the past few years. It is even truer for YBorder candidates as they tend to be looking for jobs abroad. As a means of convenience, most candidates that live in a different country than the one they’re applying in resort to phone or Skype interviews.
In the quest of finding the best tech talent for your company, there is one thing you can no longer ignore: you need to have a fast and effective recruitment process. Developers are a rare commodity these days. The more reactive you are in the hiring process, the more chances you have to retain their interest. This is where the applicant tracking software comes into play.
Last Thursday, our recruitment firm partner Mobiskill was hosting the 3rd edition of the Gamelle Star Cup. It gathered the top Parisian web and mobile players for a foosball tournament at l’Ecole 42, the developer school founded by Xavier Niel. Continue Reading “Gamelle Star Cup: the Parisian tech industry’s foosball tournament”
Meet Gabi, a talented 33-year old Romanian PHP developer working at DrEd in London, UK. Recruited a few months ago, this is his first professional experience outside his home country. Gabi found this opportunity thanks to his YBorder profile. He agreed to answer a couple of questions for us, and we hope this will give you helpful feedback about the platform.
You rock in front-end development and you’d like to experience Montreal’s lively atmosphere? Continue Reading “The hottest job of the week: front-end developer in Montreal”
Every year, Stack Overflow releases its annual developer survey. They ask the community of developers and engineers about their coding habits, technology preferences, and employment status. Continue Reading “The most popular technologies used by developers in 2017”