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ReadyTalk Technical Recruiting: “Digging for the Developer”

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It’s no secret that finding top technical talent in the Denver market is competitive; the Denver Post published an article back in February 2011 that headlined “Colorado Companies Struggle to find Software Developers."  ReadyTalk has made the effort to face this competition head on by hiring us, Katie Green and Catherine Harrison! We focus specifically on finding the top technical talent by scaling the pages of the internet and hitting the Denver tech scene. We search for the geekiest, smartest and most passionate Software Developers Denver has to offer.

Catherine Harrison and Katie Green (right)


 

 

 

Together we have a total of 15 years recruiting experience including one year each as Technical Sourcers with Google.  As Technical Recruiters with ReadyTalk we proactively search and reach out to Software Developers in the Denver area that might have what it takes to join the ReadyTalk Engineering Team. We know we represent a fantastic company and an excellent product which makes our job fun and rewarding.  We also have the added advantage of learning something new each and every day from our candidates and our engineering colleagues.  We most recently decided to start learning more numbers to Pi in an effort to “fit in” after noticing one of our engineering co-workers was wearing a T-shirt that said “Approximation Is For Wimps”.   Feel free to check in to find out how we are doing.

Learn more about ReadyTalk's engineering culture or check out our current openings.

 

 

Katie Green is part of the ReadTalk Recruiting Team (AKA the Beaphins)  She has been in the recruiting industry for 10 years and has developed a strong interest in technology and technical recruitment. When she isn’t searching for technical talent for ReadyTalk you might find her at the tennis court, playing volleyball or learning a new song on guitar!
Catherine Harrison is part of the ReadyTalk Recruiting Team. (AKA the Beaphins) She has been seeking out the top talent in the industry for 5 years now. Finding the geekiest engineers in the industry to join the ReadyTalk team is her top priority. When she is not on the prowl for Geeks you can find her hiking, rafting, snowboarding, and camping…anything outside!

 


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