We are Europe’s Python Powerhouse and people are starting to take note! STX Next is pleased to announce that Clutch has recently recognized our company in their latest research report highlighting the top service providers in Poland and the Ukraine.
SuttaCentral approached STX Next for support with a website collecting early Buddhist texts and their translations. They wanted their product to be easy to access, simple to use, and available to all.
To that end, we helped the client build a Progressive Web App to provide them with offline functionality and a mobile component.
As a Product Owner, working with SuttaCentral has been an absolute highlight of my professional career. This is a story of the deciding factors that made our cooperation a glowing success.
Concluding our series of articles on hiring software developers, this week we’ll be tackling an often overlooked quality that may be a make-it-or-break-it factor in your decision to hire a candidate or turn them down.
The factor in question are soft skills.
If 13 years of recruiting developers has taught us anything, it’s that when push comes to shove, soft skills matter even more than hard skills.
Interested to know why, in our experience, that is the case? Read on.
At the end of the day, the success or failure of your recruitment process depends on the people doing the recruiting.
Which is why we have devoted the third chapter of our series on hiring developers to the people directly responsible for the tricky challenge of recruiting software engineers for your company.
Here are 5 qualities your recruiters should possess in order to do a good job of adding new members to your software development teams.
Continuing with the subject of hiring software developers, this week we’ll discuss the very backbone of hiring: the recruitment process itself.
We suggest a recruitment process made up of 6 stages. Along with the descriptions of the stages, we have included subsections devoted to the most common mistakes made at each stage that may result in failing at them altogether.
This strategy is a result of our 13 years of experience recruiting developers. We hope it’ll serve you as well as it has and continues to serve STX Next.