3 min min read - March 28, 2018
Let’s start with few historical facts:
And some findings from own recruitment processes in last two years:
Questions I always ask were mentioned before in the article 10 questions I ask each senior Angular candidate.
Currently, we experience massive growth of frameworks and stacks using this language and its subsets (like TypeScript). That created also a huge demand for specialists in that area. Supply is not even close to matching it.
One of the main problems we face in the search for the candidates is the way to assess their seniority. As you see above technology we operate in, as well language used is fairly young. Based on own experience it’s not a rare case to meet developers with over a decade experience and very weak understanding of fundamentals of the language they operate.
There is not a single one and my opinion here can’t be used as a rule. And even I promised myself to not build posts on opinion, here I will make an exception (at least I tried to use some data).
What are your thoughts on that topic? Tweet me at @sielay or comment below.
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2 min min read - March 29, 2018