"You can escape this crazy hiring race by creating an environment, where experienced developers mentor less experienced developers. Hire for attitude, and teach technical skills. Great developers are raised, not hired."

Revisiting a classic.

In the age of teams seeking to (finally) improve their diversity and inclusion, this is crucial. You can't just go after the same candidates your peer firms are chasing. You have to hire on aptitude and teachability—not experience.

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