AmazingHiring Update: Skills and Achievements
We are glad to announce AmazingHiring system update: this time it is about searching real stars! We have developed new types of ranking, gave away the medals to the real GitHub and Stackoverflow superheroes and collected all the achievements and skills in the full card of the candidate.
It is now possible to rank candidates not only by consolidated rating, but also by commitments/repositories GitHub and answers on Stackoverflow.
NB: new ranking works for skills, i.e. if the request does not specify the skills, the ranking is not used.
Github and Stackoverflow stars can be distinguished by medals in a brief card of the candidate. When hovering over the medal you see candidate’s position in the ranking:
Achievements and skills in the full card of the candidate
You can see more information about candidate’s achievements and skills by opening the full card:
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