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Great article for software company hiring managers – The 5 Biggest reasons the Wrong People Get Hired

Thought this was a great article by Lou Adler.. Always like what he has to say on recruiting, interviewing, hiring etc. How many times have myself or my colleagues sent software developers, software qa engineers, product managers, software managers, directors of engineering and vp’s of engineering on inteviews and scratched our heads upon hearing the feedback.. We’ve heard some […]

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Great article on interviewing tips: 9 Signs you didn’t land the job.. by Amanda Augustine..

As a recruiter, having sent many software developers, managers, and vice presidents on interviews with backgrounds in java, .net, ruby, javascript, nosql, aws etc, it’s always about the competition. How many other candidates are interviewing for the same position? How do you compete?  At Techpros, we prepare every candidate we send on an interview beforehand […]

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Software industry counter offers.. then and now!

In the olden days of recruiting, back in the 80’s and 90’s. Software Recruiters believed that accepting a counter offer would likely lead to disastrous results. Tales of companies firing candidates months after they accepted a counter offer were rampant. In those days,  if a software engineer with C++, linux kernel or windows  gave notice, the company […]

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Software Architect – Net or Java

Seeking a Software Architect . Net or Java Our client is a profitable e-commerce software company located in the greater Boston area. They are doubling the size or their engineering team to build all new applications. This is a great time to join. They are looking for a coding Software Architect with .Net or Java […]

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