A podcast for engineering leaders and hiring managers interested in learning about the latest technology and solutions to solve one of businesses’ toughest problems today: Hiring the right developers. Each episode, HackerRank’s CTOs, VPEs and engineering leads talk about all things hiring with global leaders in various industries — from what makes a world-class interview experience to building a recruitment strategy from scratch to identifying the perfect developers for your team.
Zeta’s on a Mission to Make Payments Invisible
By 2022, invisible payments are expected to reach a whopping $78 billion in annual transactions....
How HackerRank Helped Manulife Save $200k+ By Bringing Developers Careers to Life
When people with a passion for technology get together, they create things that change the...
How Blackstone Scales Developer Hiring to Create a Positive Economic Impact & Long-term Value
A talented developer is valuable on their own. But an even more valuable developer is...
Cloud Computing Expert Kesha Williams on Hiring, Mentoring, & Creating Community in Tech
Kesha Williams is an award-winning software engineer, machine learning practitioner, and AWS training architect at...
From 0 to 800+ Remote Interviews: Lessons from ServiceNow’s Two-Week Transition to Remote Hiring
To respond to COVID-19, ServiceNow had to take their entire hiring process online—which meant a...
Making Remote Work: How Bloomberg Adapted to Virtual Interviews
Seemingly overnight, remote work—and by extension, virtual interviews—have become the new normal. For those hiring,...
Good content, poor audio quality
The content is really great for students, developers, and hiring mangers looking for additional perspective on the difficult and controversial topic of hiring software developers. I like the no-nonsense format of the podcast, the consice length, and the thoughtful questions. However, the audio quality has been very inconsitent, and the latest interview with Rumpa Giri was almost unintelligible. I hope they can find a solution for more consistent audio quality, even if that involves screening out interview candidates.