The topic of ‘hiring’ always generates a lot of discussion. And why not? Talking about hiring is a convenient way to pass judgment on large groups of people while keeping a professional, detached demeanor.. Ouch! But the topic has enough technical basis to warrant the interest of experienced developers, so here we are.
This post is for those who handle the technical evaluation necessary to hire candidates, especially in the Ruby and Rails scenes, although the overall strategies are language-agnostic (though I’d hope if you’re hiring folks to work on missiles and nuclear power plants, all bets are off).
This is a guest post by Tim Goh of Trikeapps, an Australian software development company. Read More