Hello All: I am grateful for LinkedIn Engineering Management for reaching out in response to my post. We are now getting some incredible technical knowledge from a LinkedIn Engineering Director, who is reviewing a list of issues I had reported. They have already fixed one issue and acknowledged another (the need for better timeout handling). It feels like the first-ever ... Read More
Guest Post from Talent Sourcer Mike Santoro Perhaps the most famous “pair” in recruiting and sourcing search strategy is finding candidates based on matching their “Current Job Title(s)” at “Current Company(s).” Let’s call this a “Pair of Aces.” In this article, I’m going to show two new ways to search (on LinkedIn and via X-ray) for a NEW search combination ... Read More
I want to share my experience sourcing a Mathematica Engineer (Palo Alto) on Reddit, Discord, and a professional forum. I followed advice from Wim Dammans and Erin Mathew, who are experts in this sort of sourcing. Here is what I learned. Mathematica Engineers working outside of Wolfram’s Mathematica are rare primarily because it is expensive and not open-source software (here ... Read More
A few days ago, many functions on LinkedIn broke for several hours (you can always – and hopefully will be able to – check on Twitter whether something is going on globally). LinkedIn mostly got it back together to the previous state. This post is about what remains broken. A lot, unfortunately – I don’t think it has been that ... Read More
Is Boolean (newly) broken? First, let us make it clear what we mean by the question. There are: Google Boolean search Google search LinkedIn Boolean search LinkedIn search. Out of the four, two are intentionally “broken,” and one is broken due to bugs. One works fine, but produces unexpected numbers – and lists – of results – something that has ... Read More
Upstream is betting on a new kind of health care system the U.S. has only recently started to embrace: Value-based care, which determines how much health care costs based on how effective it is, rather than how much a service costs.
This week we learned that the fallout from FTX’s collapse cannot be contained as fellow crypto exchanges lay off employees, file for bankruptcy and are generally very sad Apes. We also watched another self-driving trucking startup sputter and stall on the public markets.
While venture capitalists may be pulling back on funding to startups, many seem to be redoubling their efforts when it comes to raising more dry powder—at least for now. Just in recent weeks alone, several firms have announced monster new commitments to funds.
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