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This month’s Technical.ly Podcast: new takes on tech recruiting

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Yo, NET/WORK Philly 2015 is tomorrow! (Photo by Neal Santos)

With our jobs fair NET/WORK coming up Tuesday, we’ve got tech recruiting on the brain.
Listen to two takes on the topic in this month’s Technical.ly Podcast: one from University of California, San Diego professor Mary Walshok, who’s done research on tech scenes across the country, including Philadelphia, and another from Steve Dean, a Swarthmore grad who runs a Brooklyn company that he wants to be the OKCupid of job recruiting.
And have you read our eBook yet? Beyond Recruiting features advice from top East Coast tech firms on how to find the best people for your team. Philly companies featured include Tonic Design, Jarv.us, SEER Interactive and Curalate.

  • Listen below, download the episode or subscribe to the Technical.ly Podcast on iTunes or Stitcher.

Plus, if you listen and give us a review on iTunes, just tweet us at @Technical_ly for a chance to win a cool book.
And, if you act now, we’ll hook you up with a comped ticket to Tuesday’s Arts + Business Council event with OkCupid founder Christian Rudder. Give us a listen, leave us an honest review and shoot us the link. Thanks.

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