Welcome to another episode of Develomentor. Today's guest is Aline Lerner.
Aline Lerner is the founder and CEO of interviewing.io, an anonymous technical recruiting platform where companies like Facebook, Uber, Dropbox, and Quora have hired great software engineers. Before that, she was a software engineer for 5 years, ran hiring at Udacity, and wrote a lot of stuff about hiring on the internet.
Aline’s data-driven posts about how typos matter more than pedigree, how resumes are a low-signal filtering tool, and how technical interviews aren’t deterministic have been read by millions of people. Her writing has appeared in dozens of publications, including Forbes, the Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, and Fast Company.
“We now hire for a ton of great companies including Goldman Sachs, twitter, uber and a bunch of others. But about 40 percent of our top performers and by extension about 40 percent of the hires we’ve made to date are people that frankly don’t look that good on paper!”
In this episode we’ll cover:
Read Aline’s articles on Quora
Read Aline’s articles on Medium
Small Unit Leadership: A Commonsense Approach – by Dandridge M. Malone
The Hard Thing About Hard Things – by Ben Horowitz
The Rock Warrior’s Way: Mental Training For Climbers – by Arno Ilgner
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