STATION F, the world’s biggest startup campus, is opening tonight in Paris. This long awaited project launched by the French entrepreneur Xavier Niel is going to give rise to a new era in the French and European startup ecosystem. YBorder is proud to have been selected as one of STATION F’s partners, to help future startups meet & hire tech talents. Continue Reading “YBorder is a proud partner of STATION F”
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”
Today we are giving you an overview of the top digital cities in Europe.
Today we have good news for all of you who want to come work in France! Last week, Axelle Lemaire, the French Minister for Digital Affairs announced the launch of the French Tech Visa. This visa is aiming to attract foreign talents to France at times where European countries seem to close their borders.
According to Stackoverflow’s survey, salary is the one thing most developers say they care about when evaluating a new job opportunity. For 62.7% of developers, salary is one of their priorities. Salaries vary by experience, industry, and… location. Very much by location actually.
Sound like you don’t!
Recent studies show that a major chunk of the tech talent out there is self-taught.
Looks like it.
The latest data we collected from our platform shows a sharp decrease in the numbers of tech candidates expressing a desire to move to work in the UK specifically.
In the wake of the news that the UK is leaving the EU, Yborder reaffirms it will continue its mission to help UK tech companies and startups attract and recruit European software and engineering talent.