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That’s a Wrap! 3 Noteworthy Tips from SourceCon

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As one of the biggest recruiting conferences of the year, SourceCon was a two-day shindig offering a chance for you to share insights, network and equip yourself with the most cutting-edge tools in sourcing great candidates. Missed out? No worries! As a pioneer in recruiting technology, HackerRank’s team sprang into action (right next to the dessert table!), […]

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Tech Recruiter’s Weekly Roundup: March 27, 2015

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Welcome to the Tech Recruiter’s Weekly Roundup! Every Friday, the HackerRank editorial team thoughtfully selects the most interesting and relevant tech recruiting insights from around the web just for you. 1. Everyone [Still] Wants to Work at Google [Wall Street Journal] Universum Global, a firm that advises companies on talent strategy, surveyed more than 3,200 computer-science majors […]

Ritika Trikha
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The Biggest Misconception about Data Scientists

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LinkedIn reports that “Data Mining,” in relation to data science, was the number one in-demand skill in 2014. Sitting atop a mountainous treasure trove of data, most all businesses are thirsty for people who can take a massive set of data and turn it into something meaningful. Whether it’s pinpointing new sources of revenue or predicting […]

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Revealing the Spring CodeSprint 2015 Challenge Editorials

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We hope you had a great time participating in the HackerRank Spring CodeSprint earlier this month! Our awesome, talented challenge curators have published the editorials for each of the eight challenges featured in the Spring CodeSprint. Check out our favorite top three problems and possible solutions below. You can also check out the editorials of the rest […]

Ritika Trikha
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5 Key Takeaways From the Swift Summit

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The Swift Summit, a conference dedicated to one of the fastest growing and most popular languages, took place in London this past weekend. The two-day event is an enriching convention where iOS developers can discuss the new era of OSX and iOS development. Apple introduced Swift just last summer and, already, 20 percent of mobile app developers are […]

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Tech Recruiter’s Weekly Roundup: March 20, 2015

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Welcome to the Tech Recruiter’s Weekly Roundup! Every Friday, the HackerRank editorial team thoughtfully selects the most interesting and relevant tech recruiting insights from around the web just for you. 1. LinkedIn Data Proves the Impact of a Strong Talent Brand [LinkedIn Talent Blog] It’s hard to measure the impact of “branding,” but LinkedIn attempted to do […]

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Expert Tech Recruiters (Like Expedia’s Doug Younts) Share Tips at Re-engineer 2015

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HackerRank’s Re-engineer 2015 event series officially kicked off a few weeks ago in Austin, New York and Seattle last week! The series centers on technical recruiting, bringing together talent executives, industry experts, technical recruiters and engineer hiring managers! Each event typically hosts about 35 attendees to keep the event cozy and intimate. Ready…set…Re-engineer! Learning from […]

Ritika Trikha
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11 of the Hottest and Highest-Paying Tech Jobs Right Now

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Earlier this year, job site Glassdoor.com published a list of the top 25 highest paying jobs in demand in the United States. To nobody’s surprise, the tech industry completely dominated the list. Ten out of 25 of the highest paying in-demand jobs are in tech. As the speed of technological innovation continues to outpace the […]

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HackerRank Enables Swift for Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence Domains

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In recent weeks, our passionate community has made many requests for us to support one of the most popular new languages: Apple’s Swift. We listened, and now you can solve HackerRank challenges using Swift.  We have enabled it for all the challenges in the Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence domains.  Swift is specialized for iOS and OS X apps, however, now it can be used to […]