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This is a really worthy project by recruitment legend and ultra brainfooder Gerry Crispin - a timeline of the seminal moments in the history of recruitment. Did you know that psychometric assessment was invented by the US Army in 1918 in response to then new phenomenon of shell shock experienced by troops in the front line? This document is full of tidbits like this. Get to know your industry folks - have a look here
Issue #267 published 21 Nov 2021
Change of pace for us this week, as a decent list of recruiting podcasts has come out. I’m going to re-do the Big List for 2022 so stand ready to receive an email from me shortly on this. In the meantime, this list is a very decent stop gap - have a look.
Issue #261 published 10 Oct 2021
Members regularly ask questions about ‘what tech solves which problem’ in the brainfood fb group, so always useful to find vendor information condensed into a single place. Plenty of providers missing of course - so far from complete - but this is a worthy effort of an impossible task. Pragmatic for those buying software and looking for vendor comparisons. Check it out
Issue #251 published 1 Aug 2021
Brainfood is an English language newsletter and whilst that means the audience is international, it inevitably skews to the Anglo-sphere. Check out this list of awesome French language resources post put together by brainfooder Aurélien Boutaudou - essential reading if you are French, based in France or just want to know what cool recruiting stuff is happening in France.
Issue #216 published 29 Nov 2020
Is a massive list of twitter job feeds is useful? No idea really but on the off chance that it might be, I’m including it here. Curated by renowned career and job search coach, Jacob Share, the feeds are geographically categorised, so good for leads generation if nothing else. Check it out here
Issue #212 published 2 Nov 2020
Someone really needs to throw some design resource at this report on Emotional Resilience. Click through it though and you’ll find really useful information on how leaders have coped during high stress scenarios - and also on techniques on how to do it better. H/T to brainfooder Alexandru Gotoi in the fb group
Issue #210 published 18 Oct 2020
Love seeing Coda.io being used to produce interactive, explorable resources, something that even 12 months ago would’ve been a pdf or static webpage. Summary of research performed at the KP portfolio - some interesting benchmark data on hiring, especially for scale-ups
Issue #209 published 11 Oct 2020
If you follow this newsletter, you’ll know I’m fan of Big Lists, so when I came across this post earlier in the week, I had to share. Not sure precisely of the value, but it feels like a useful resource to collect lots of models of leadership, visually presented, in one place
Issue #200 published 9 Aug 2020
A collection of open source frameworks for helping designers and engineers to grow at work.
Excellent resource if you’re doing any workforce planning, employee experience, or employer branding initiative. Need one of these for TA / HR specifically I think. H/T brainfooder Daniel Martos for the share
Issue #198 published 26 Jul 2020
A collection of thinking tools and frameworks to help you solve problems, make decisions and understand systems.
👆we can all get behind this. Super initiative, beautifully presented. Brainfood for sure - have a look here
Issue #197 published 19 Jul 2020
Fantastic report from GitKraken on the most popular tools used in DevOps. For tech recruiters this is a great opportunity to learn about the tech & the tools your candidates use, how they relate to each other and what is up and coming.
Issue #192 published 14 Jun 2020
Better Wiki
A curated directory of best practices from great companies
👆..and it is. Find: technical career frameworks, remote working guides, culture guides and - my personal favourite - manager readme’s. You’re going to want to take a look at this. H/T brainfooder Denys Dinkevych for the share
Issue #191 published 7 Jun 2020
We’ve tried to do ’open source’ in recruiting & HR for a long time but this may be the moment when we might finally realise it. Fitting that this is a project by brainfooder Lars Schmidt, who pioneered the idea with HROS back in the day, and now finally has the right platform to make it happen.
Issue #188 published 17 May 2020
Great toolkit from Atlassian on how to create better teams. This a public resource that is packed full of actionable insight. Read it  / Bookmark it. 
Issue #36 published 23 Apr 2020
Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins is an amateur investigator of the ‘disinformation eco-system’, coming to prominence during the Arab spring and subsequent conflicts in the middle east. This is his open source tool kit - mainly sourcing and verification tools. A bit off piste but some applications for the hacker type sourcer here. 
Issue #79 published 23 Apr 2020
David Green is perhaps the leading commentator / analyst in the People Analytics space. If you’re interested in this topic, you need to check out this events schedule he’s put together - it’s great. Combine this with Recruiting Brainfood Big List of Events and I think we’ve got the event schedule covered for 2018. 

Issue #66 published 23 Apr 2020
Are you in the market for buying HR Tech? Our buddies at Monterail have put together this guide book which walks you through the vendor jargon. [Spoiler alert] I’m in this. Free to view and download, here
Issue #174 published 23 Apr 2020
In case u missed it at intro, here it is again - the Big List for 2019. Over 150 Recruiting / HR events and counting - open spreadsheet which you are free to use, download, share and add to. Please do so (and maybe see you at one or two of these events?
Issue #112 published 23 Apr 2020
Lot of companies (and individuals) sell ‘talent mapping’ as a service. Usually it is just sourcing a list of names and handing it over. Our friends at Calculus have a more sophisticated approach - here’s their excellent guide to the service. H/T brainfooder and 'meta sourcer’ Denis Dinkevich for the share. As you should know by now, he’s a fellow you should follow. 
Issue #112 published 23 Apr 2020
Cool visualisation on the path to the top. See how some of the world’s top CTOs got to their position, the jobs they took and how long they stayed in them. Thanks to brainfooder Bianca Walterspiel Stromlund for the share. 
Issue #93 published 23 Apr 2020
The explanatory power of schematics made obvious here by former architect David Galbraith. Creating a unified, non-textual language removes interpretation and is the best way to do comparative analysis. Useful for anyone who struggled with the difference between a relational vs graph db. 
Issue #43 published 23 Apr 2020
2017 has seen an improve in content quality across the board in the recruitment industry. This includes the agency side, where company’s like ISL Recruitment can put together documentation like this. H/T to brainfooder Alan Furley for putting this together. 

Issue #62 published 23 Apr 2020
Comprehensive white paper from our buddies at SmartRecruiters. If you’re reading this newsletter, there’s a good chance you need to read this paper.
Issue #54 published 23 Apr 2020
Amazingly useful resource by my mate and long time ‘foodie, Tris Revill. It’s another big list, this time of the all the recruiter Youtube channels worth paying attention to. Some incredible content just waiting to be discovered in these channels folks, so this is a link to click on and bookmark.
Issue #136 published 23 Apr 2020
Review over 100 years of technological adoption on this great interactive chart from our buddies at VisualCapitalist. Explore everything from the washing machine to smartphone adoption. Plus: it’s fantastic resource for presentations. 
Issue #76 published 23 Apr 2020
What is Devops?
Useful description from a practitioner. So thanks Davy Hua. And worthy to note that even folks in the DevOps community dispute the definitions. This is worth a read if you’re a recruiter hiring for it. 
Issue #29 published 23 Apr 2020
Switching Jobs
Been a while since we’ve featured stuff from FlowingData. When they’re good, they are one of the best storytellers around. Here’s some interesting data on switching jobs - specifically what is the ‘switching rate’ of your profession?
Issue #59 published 23 Apr 2020
Everything you needed to know about equity comp. Fantastic guide from our buddies at Holloway, comprehensive, searchable and accessible. Get it here. H/T brainfooder Danny McElroy for the share.
Issue #96 published 23 Apr 2020
Get better at email with this superb resource from some of the best companies around. H/T On Hiring subscriber James Peters of Scede.io for the share. Well done whoever it was that put it all into a simple to use app
Issue #10 published 23 Apr 2020
Useful public spreadsheet containing a crowdsourced list of sites which aggregate remote working opportunities. Some generics in here, but 75% of these sites specialise in remote jobs for remote workers. Useful list that should get better over time. Check it out here
Issue #81 published 23 Apr 2020
Future high value work will be decentralised, decoupled and distributed. Our buddies at Toggl have written this awesome online guide on how to get remote working right. Read / bookmark
Issue #37 published 23 Apr 2020
Does your company have an employee handbook? You might be able to get some inspiration from this site if not. Basecamp (of course) feature, but so do some others. Note: all tech companies. We need more corporate businesses to get with the whole sharing / open source vibe. 
Issue #37 published 23 Apr 2020
Seeing Theory
As recruiters, we are used to pretending to know more than we do. This is an amazing website, interactive and visual learning at its best. 
Issue #30 published 23 Apr 2020
Superb resource on a subject we pretend to know more about than we do. As recruiters, you know need to know at least the front page of this stuff. Bookmark it. H/T OH subscriber Heather Busing for the share
Issue #42 published 23 Apr 2020
Email remains the No1 preferred method of contact by candidate and recruiter alike. Here’s a handy list of how to get more. 
Issue #16 published 23 Apr 2020
Airtable is a database that works like a spreadsheet and generally looks better than both. It’s probably going to be the next big thing in workplace productivity, mainly because it can also do community stuff like this amazing collection of resources fro HR & Recruiting.
Issue #137 published 23 Apr 2020
We now have an ‘always on’ resource for everybody to get it’s event info. Check out the big list here and if you are running an event and want to add it, you’re welcome to do so here
If you are an event organiser want to feature your event in the newsletter, get in touch and give the community a promo. Email me [email protected]

Issue #123 published 23 Apr 2020
Funding List
Absolutely massive list of funded startups in 2019. Useful lead source for ‘foodies selling services to growing companies, looking for a TA gig or anything else associated with being on rocket ships. Check it out here
Issue #128 published 23 Apr 2020
Do you know your Back-end from your Front-end? You probably do, but it’s always nice to see a developer explain it in simple terms for you. 
Issue #26 published 23 Apr 2020
The trick to writing a great list post is to uncover hidden gems for the audience. We all know about a few of these (and thanks for putting brainfood in there Andrei!), but there are several more which I didn’t know about, and now do. Superb contribution to the community from our buddies at GlossaryTech
Issue #72 published 23 Apr 2020
Cool list of Recruitment focused books in Harvers list for 2020. Delighted to say that brainfood respresents with a number of the authors being great contributors to this community. Congreats to Katrina Collier, Jan Tegze, Greg Savage, Paul Myers and Dean Da Costa for making this awesome list.
Issue #164 published 23 Apr 2020
Hiring Guide
Stunning collection of resources from Agata Kruszka. This is how you add value to the community, build personal brand and create - I am sure - inbound traffic. Check it out here. H/T to brainfooder Pedro Oliviera for the heads up, see you later this week hombre. 
Issue #89 published 23 Apr 2020
Github is rapidly becoming the repository for some of the best content around. Accessible resource / study guide for front-end development. A bit technical but should be accessible for tech recruiters.
Issue #38 published 23 Apr 2020
Based on patent grants. Excellent collation of European data by Reuters. Shame they couldn’t have done a better job on the UI. Still useful resource for recruiters though. Bookmark this. 
Issue #34 published 23 Apr 2020
In the spirit of ‘making the internet smaller’, Lukasz Madon has put together this incredible list of resources for remote working. Essential read and bookmark for anyone hiring or managing remote workers. H/T Denis Dinkevich who’s shares are making into brainfood on a weekly basis.
Issue #99 published 23 Apr 2020
It’s always great to see non-specialists write about hiring. Brian Armstrong from Coinbase provides this comprehensive framework on how to hire for the exec team. 
Issue #45 published 23 Apr 2020
Superb resource for those looking to hire Data Scientists. H/T to Michael Rundell for this curated list of DS interview questions - designed to help candidates prepare - and equally useful for recruiters / hiring managers aiming to hire. 
Issue #44 published 23 Apr 2020
RL100 Resources
Discovered this cool part of the Recruitment Events Co website - basically a searchable database of meeting notes of every topic from D&I, leadership, upskilling and the rest. Take a dive in folks, there’s gold to be had here.
Issue #178 published 23 Apr 2020
Hat tip to Recruitee’s content team here. Tech vendors need to do more in supporting the recruiting community to do their jobs better, outside of core product. Workshape will be on it!
Issue #17 published 23 Apr 2020
Culture Codes
Nice way to collect together the message from companies who have articulated their values. Can it resist becoming another channel for marketing? We will see
Issue #17 published 23 Apr 2020
So whoever put this site together, talk a bow. I think you can also submit stuff to this for manual verification, so why not do so and make HRStack even better? PS: whoever knows the person(s) behind it, please let me know who you are.
Issue #87 published 23 Apr 2020
An interesting overview of tech’s big stories of 2019 - TikTok is the app of the year (anybody using this in any recruiting way, btw?), whilst SoftVision and WeWork get another obvious and prominent pasting in this end of the year review from Vox.
Issue #167 published 23 Apr 2020
Excellent ‘end of the year’ recap from our friends at Talent Tech Labs. Take a trip down memory lane on some of the biggest moves in the rectech market. Delighted to see several of brainfooder’s businesses mentioned here ;-)
Issue #167 published 23 Apr 2020
Who are these guys Yello? They seem to have come out of nowhere as a content powerhouse in 2019. Credit to all the team in producing some really good brainfood this year - look forward to seeing more in 2020. This is their year in review - it’s well worth a look.
Issue #167 published 23 Apr 2020
Hire by Google are producing some fantastic content these days. If vendors out there need a revamp on their content strategy, they could do worse than look at how this team does it. This free e-book collects the best ideas into a single downloadable pdf. Thanks for Lauren Bass and Laurie Moot for letting me share it here - it’s free value folks, so no excuses!
Issue #125 published 23 Apr 2020
Pulled from data from Datanyze, the list order is based on the number of instances live in 2018 - numbers should match to vendors own customer records. Take a look folks, this is quality market research. H/T brainfooder Matt Buckland for the share. 
Issue #86 published 23 Apr 2020
Product Management is a relatively new discipline, emerging as consequence of the agile replacing waterfall as the default methodology of software development. Martin Eriksson from our buddies at Mind The Product, writes this useful seniority classifier. Good read, especially if you are new to hiring PM’s
Issue #92 published 23 Apr 2020
Who doesn’t love a great list? Superb collection of recruiting content sources from brainfooder Susanna Frazier. Great blogs from vendors, aggregators, consultants, weirdo’s and thought leaders. Those last two might be the same. Read it all here folks

Issue #92 published 23 Apr 2020
Do you know Sjamilla Van der Tooren? You should, as she consistently produces, collects, curates and shares top quality resources for that recruiters - especially tech recruiters - can benefit from. Check out this awesome list on her Github account. Give it a star folks.
Issue #95 published 23 Apr 2020
More on this theme. There’s a lot more out there than just LinkedIn. Wikipedia has a handy list of online communities with 1 million plus users - check them out. 
Issue #12 published 23 Apr 2020
We all know the big name social networks for English-speaking audiences, but what about ones that are popular in other regions around the world? Increasingly relevant after Linkedin’s latest monetisation moves. 
Issue #12 published 23 Apr 2020
The Programming Language Popularity Index shows the popularity of programming languages using data from both GitHub’s APIs and StackExchange’s API. JavaScript rules the world, but not as much as you might think. 
Issue #12 published 23 Apr 2020
Free guide for Remote Work. Why not? Great resource by Zapier, on a workforce trend that is going to dominate the last days of human employment
Issue #7 published 23 Apr 2020
Marketing starts at the inbox. Great tips here by our friends at Social Talent - perhaps the premier recruiter training school on the planet. 
Issue #7 published 23 Apr 2020
The 6th edition of the EF English Proficiency Index ranks a total of 72 countries and territories. A fantastic resource for any recruiter doing research for their companies on where to source / where to locate English speaking teams
Issue #7 published 23 Apr 2020
We all talk a good game on culture, but do we really know what it means, much less encourage the development of it? I think Netflix have the theory down at least. Rightly famous slide deck - check out this 124 slide monster, it’s well worth a read. 
Issue #7 published 23 Apr 2020
r/dataisbeautiful is one of the best subreddits, on reddit. Not all of it is useful to us here, but plenty of it is, including this one-pager on the average monthly rent of 540 cities on planet earth. Expanded map here, worth a bookmark
Issue #91 published 23 Apr 2020
AI Playbook
And this folks, is exactly what we need. Artificial Intelligence will come to dominate every sector of industry, including and perhaps, especially people ops. Here’s a website which is designed as a resource for the uninitiated. Bookmark it
Issue #33 published 23 Apr 2020
Another great interactive by Flowing Data, who along with VisualCapitalist (see above), is perhaps one of the most visually compelling websites around. This takes a look at how America works. 
Issue #33 published 23 Apr 2020
Another cool interactive, this time from Savills the estate agents. Useful tool to explore the world’s leading tech hubs. Interesting for anyone starting / scaling up or planning to put a dev team somewhere other than London. 
Issue #33 published 23 Apr 2020
The interactive graphic helps us to visualize the relationship between the supply and demand for over 1,400 technology skills. This is a great resource - and Visual Capitalist is showing us how to communicate - by converting numbers into shapes. 
Issue #33 published 23 Apr 2020
Superb resource from X-Team, who I’m delighted to say have been a long time customer on WorkShape.io. This is great guide for any business thinking of building a distributed workforce. Main point: Remote first is different from ‘remote ok’.
Issue #67 published 23 Apr 2020
An oldie but a goodie. Philip Cuo puts numbers into pictures and makes it easy for us to understand a Data Scientists workflow. Worth a look folks, we’re hiring for these skills sooner or later. 
Issue #41 published 23 Apr 2020
The distributive power of the big 4 or 5 tech companies is awesome. We are fortunate that so far the general direction has been for the public good. Like this Computer Science resource from Google for instance. 
Issue #18 published 23 Apr 2020
It’s the sexiest job in the world, and your company almost certainly wants to hire some of them. So this handbook of Data Science interview questions might come handy. Thanks for OH subscriber Bianca Walterspiel for the share. 
Issue #18 published 23 Apr 2020
This how-to guide from LinkedIn on writing better job descriptions is either a clever way of structuring data for a future matching engine, or a nice bit of value add content marketing. Maybe its both? Who cares when it’s self evidently useful - download it here.
Issue #88 published 23 Apr 2020
Probably the only listicle I’m ever going to put in this newsletter. It is a great collection here, worth a browse if not a bookmark. 
Issue #13 published 23 Apr 2020
Apparently taken from 8 billion data points to calculate global popularity and trending growth rates of technologies, this is an important resource for folks building tech, forecasting future demand, and for IT / Tech recruiters trying to position on a future market. H/T brainfooder Tony Pitchford for the share. 
Issue #161 published 23 Apr 2020
‘foodie Ivan Harrison has written the post I should’ve written - an extensive listicle on the non-recruiting sources which are useful / interesting for recruiters. You’re going to know some of these, but you’ll find more than a few you’ve never heard about. Plenty of brainfood either way, a useful resource so have a read
Issue #126 published 23 Apr 2020
Indeed’s Tris Revill is pulling up some trees at the moment. Check out his latest initiative here - a website listing prominent ‘growth hackers’ in recruitment. It’s too early to be a comprehensive list, but all on it so far are well worth the follow. 
Issue #78 published 23 Apr 2020
Explore how much the world has changed since you were born. Every country, nearly every year is available on this incredible interactive by our friends at Human Progress. 
Issue #78 published 23 Apr 2020
US centric, but relevant to all of us here, as many of the topics centre on the workplace and the economy. From Chip Cutter, Managing Editor of LinkedIn, whose handily crowdsourced many of these ideas from the LinkedIn Top Voices. It’s an excellent primer for the coming year and covers a great deal that is relevant to us in the recruiting business. Must read. 
Issue #64 published 23 Apr 2020
If 2017 has taught us anything, it’s that we’ve forgotten how to trust each other. It’s something we all need to get better at doing in 2018. I would urge everyone to set aside 30 minutes today and press play on this website. You’ll learn about game theory, trust and modern interactive storytelling. We need more people like Nicky Case.  
Issue #64 published 23 Apr 2020
Superb post from brainfooder Matt Buckland, who surveyed the awesome DBR community this year on the tech stack they planning to use to hire talent in 2018. Some great tools in here, make sure you take a look folks. 
Issue #64 published 23 Apr 2020
2017 was a fantastic year for audio only. There are some exceptional recruiting/ HR related podcasts around at the moment. I’m honoured to say many are hosted by subscribers of this newsletter. I’ve featured a lot of these podcasts in ‘Who’s Talking’ segment over the year, but I’ve now also created a place where you can browse through the lot of them in one go. Enjoy!
Issue #64 published 23 Apr 2020
Online communication is moving from public broadcast (too noisy, no-one listens) to in-group messaging (gates increase relevance). The old idea of ‘talent communities’ is back, and there’s no better example than the ones we in the recruitment game have created ourselves. Here’s a list of the ones which I think will be cool places to hang out in 2018. Confession: I like them mostly because they allow me in. 
Issue #64 published 23 Apr 2020
LinkedIn has strangely become a compelling place for publishing and consuming content. It’s been a fascinating development to watch the humble ‘text only’ status update become sort of a mini-blog post, especially as reach / engagement seems at least x10 superior to any comparable channel. As recruiters, it’s critical we better understand how to work with this 'medium within a medium’, rather than just dumbly using it for job distribution. I’ve created a list of people in recruiting who I think do this exceptionally well. All worth a follow and connect - tell them I sent ya. 
Issue #64 published 23 Apr 2020
What events are you planning to attend in 2018? There are over 150 of the best recruitment / HR themed events listed in this crowdsourced spreadsheet. Please feel free to use this - copy it, add to it, download it, share it. 
Issue #64 published 23 Apr 2020
Here’s a big list of some 100+ online recruiter communities (mainly FB and Slack), aggregated from data from the How to Hire Country Guide survey data plus crowdsourced from the brainfood community over the past week. Click here and bookmark it for easy access. And if you run a community and don’t see it on this spreadsheet, and add it here.
Issue #148 published 23 Apr 2020
Anyone planning to launch a recruiting business might be interested in this - a short cut to some highly relevant domains. Thanks to the Recruiting Animal for the spot. Make an enquiry and get bidding!
Issue #5 published 23 Apr 2020
Tremendous listicle from ‘foodie favourite Ivan Harrison, who has painstakingly put together a list of reports on recruitment market trends. It’s a tremendously useful overview. Also: remember to bookmark the Brainfood Larder - reports of this type can also be found in that searchable db
Issue #146 published 23 Apr 2020
Vive La France! Check out this aggressive move to recruit immigrant talent - a visa for Start-Up Founders, Tech Talents & Tech Investors willing to relocate to France. Coming soon apparently. 
Issue #15 published 23 Apr 2020
Let’s not worry too much as whether ‘recruitment is marketing’ or not and just use the good stuff we can find, where ever we find it. This listicle from Wistia is a good example - 20 Chrome extensions from the world of marketing - most of which we may not know but some of which have obvious applications for recruitment work.
Issue #147 published 23 Apr 2020
So this might be an essential resource for any Gaming recruiters out there. Great article on an impressive data collection project. Bookmark it
Issue #20 published 23 Apr 2020
A collection of resources on how Facebook manages unconscious bias. Given the above, this constitutes a resource you need to bookmark. 
Issue #20 published 23 Apr 2020
Brian Fink has done everyone a massive favour by collecting together some of the most engaged developer communities on Slack into a single post on LinkedIn. Please don’t spam these places with job ads. 
Issue #20 published 23 Apr 2020
Here’s a list of software developers who want to relocate, and the to country(s) they want to go to. Emails provided, so just go ahead and hire these folks if you have relo covered in your offer. Great job by brainfooder Andrew Stetsenko with this clever and valuable initiative. Perhaps use in conjunction with Jonathan’s post above?
Issue #154 published 23 Apr 2020
Thank you to all the brainfooders who supported the creation of the latest How to Hire guide. The Czech Republic is beautiful country, home to the best beer in the world, and some of the best recruiters also. Here’s their verdict on How to Hire in the Czech Republic
Issue #154 published 23 Apr 2020
If you ever wanted to search through and retrieve content the entire history of recruiting brainfood - over 3 years, 168 issues and nearly 2700+ manually curated articles, tools and resources, you can via the Brainfood Larder. Click on the link and bookmark it - it updates every issue with new content and should serve you and your team well as a one stop resource for talent content.
Issue #168 published 23 Apr 2020
There might not be a single better collection of cool tools than this. Check out this airtable from Tom Davis - 200+ of the best scrapers, verifiers, people generators around. WorkShape.io needs to be there, but aside from that, it’s pretty much all there. Bookmark it folks
Issue #40 published 23 Apr 2020
As the most popular employer brand on the planet, Google’s interviewing process rightly deserves attention from the industry. Found this scorecard somewhere, apparently how Google score their candidates. 
Issue #8 published 23 Apr 2020
Basecamp do transparency about as well as anybody. Here’s their comprehensive Employee Handbook, hosted on Github. Take a look for inspiration folks. 
Issue #32 published 23 Apr 2020
GitHub is fast becoming a publisher and content aggregator. All through developers creating public repo’s for content rather than code. This is massive list of websites / resources that developers might find useful. Therefore something that recruiters of developers might find useful. 
Issue #50 published 23 Apr 2020
So Product Hunt might start becoming the next List.ly. Good idea for discovery - we still have archive problem on the Internet. H/T to OH subscriber Tris Revill for surfacing this. 
Issue #35 published 23 Apr 2020
A bit technical, but there’s some nuggets here for those who want to know more about the engineers they are hiring for. In particular, check out the section on interview questions
Issue #14 published 23 Apr 2020