Peter Kazanjy

About the Author

Pete Kazanjy is the founder of TalentBin, what might just be the world's coolest talent search engine. Nothing gets him more excited than thinking about how to help recruiters and sourcers make use of all the wonderful professional breadcrumbs candidates trail across the web nowadays. He's got a thing for purple squirrel hunting, and you can follow him at @kazanjy and TalentBin's team at @talentbinhiring

Best of 2014: #2 The Complete Guide to Recruiting on Github by @Kazanjy

Editor’s note: During the holidays, we counted down the Best of 2014. Our regular content will return this week. This post is part of our Source the Web series here on SourceCon. It features articles on how to mine particular online data resources from experts like Peter Kazanjy, founder ofTalentbin.  What is GitHub? GitHub is a web-based hosting service for…

Best of 2014 #9: Be a Hunter Not a Trapper by @kazanjy

Editor’s note: During the holidays, we’re counting down the Best of 2014. Our regular content will return in January. Sourcing for candidates takes skill and strategy – it’s not something that just happens overnight. In order to successfully attract and retain candidates, you need to do more than simply post a job opening in hopes that…

The Complete Guide to Recruiting and Sourcing Candidates on Github

This post is part of our Source the Web series here on SourceCon. It features articles on how to mine particular online data resources from experts like Peter Kazanjy, founder of Talentbin.  What is GitHub? GitHub is a web-based hosting service for software development projects that use the Git revision control system. Put simply, it…

How to Source and Recruit Candidates Using Academic and Scientific Journals by @Kazanjy

Editor’s note: This post is part of our Source the Web series here on SourceCon. It features articles on how to mine particular online data resources from experts like TalentBin’s Peter Kazanjy. What are academic and scientific journals? Academic journals are peer-reviewed periodicals that serve as forums for the introduction and presentation of new research, as well…

How to Source and Recruit Ruby on Rails Developers Using Working With Rails

Editor’s note: This post is part of our Source the Web series here on SourceCon. It features articles on how to mine particular online data resources from experts like TalentBin’s Peter Kazanjy. What is Working With Rails? Working With Rails is an open database that allows anyone to add or remove information about an individual involved within…

How to Source and Recruit Candidates Using the U.S. Patent and Trademark Database

Editor’s note: This post is part of our Source the Web series here on SourceCon. It features articles on how to mine particular online data resources from experts like TalentBin’s Peter Kazanjy. What is the U.S. Patent and Trademark Database? The U.S. Patent and Trademark Database is a bibliographic, full-text database of all the patents…

Source Hidden Software Engineers on Quora

Editor’s note: This post is part of our Source the Web series here on SourceCon. It features articles on how to mine particular online data resources from experts like TalentBin’s Peter Kazanjy. What is Quora? Quora is a question-and-answer website created, edited and organized by its community of users. It is intended to be a…

How To Source On StackOverflow

Editor’s note: This post is part of our Source the Web series here on SourceCon. It features articles on how to mine particular online data resources from experts like TalentBin’s Peter Kazanjy. StackOverflow is neither encyclopedia, forum, nor blog, but rather a combination of all three that  is specifically designed for programmers and…

How To Source On Meetup

Editor’s note: This post is part of our Source the Web series here on SourceCon. It features articles on how to mine particular online data resources from experts like TalentBin’s Peter Kazanjy. “Wait, I can source on Meetup?” Of course! Meetup is a platform where interest groups can organize to meet offline and…