Those of us who search for Technical Talent, know how competitive the industry has been. Let me offer some X-Ray searches to help to discover potential IT candidates – and to help to grow your X-Ray skills. As always, pay attention to the URL structure and common phrases that are unique for the target pages, and you’ll find what you are looking for! I have included Google searches that that you probably have not seen on other blogs; take a few minutes to try and figure out why they produce the results they do.
Here you go:
- site:stackoverflow.com/users/story machine learning – Developer stories, that represent their professional history
- site:stackoverflow.com/users London Devops “last seen today OR yesterday” – recently active users (hoping that Googlebot has caught up fast)
- site:meetup.com “member since” geeks 94105 – members of Meetup gatherings happening at the zip code 94105
- “10.. results for repositories written in Python” inurl:repositories – users who have written a lot in Python (though you may argue that this is not an X-Ray string J)
- site:github.io resume angularjs Chicago – resumes on Github “pages”
To learn more about sourcing for Techies, consider registering for the webinar How To Find and Attract Technical Talent; attendees get a month of sourcing support. We got rave reviews and will be repeating the webinar later this month. (Let us know if you can’t wait and want to get the recording from a few days ago instead).
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