Triplebyte is a three-year-old, 25-person, San Francisco-based hiring platform that says it makes recruiting and technical screening for tech companies more… · More efficient. It's hardly alone in making this claim, of course. You can't swing a dead cat without hitting a tech recruiting platfor...
There's a lot of talk lately about robots taking our jobs. Estimates predict that the number of jobs lost to automation within the next decade could be a… · More million in the U.S. alone. But what about the new job opportunities they could create?
Triplebyte is now available for engineers and companies hiring in Seattle and Los Angeles! We chose these as our next two locations after seeing increasing… · More numbers of great engineers based in Seattle or LA signing up and requesting access to Triplebyte.
Analysis of hiring preferences across Y Combinator startups
Companies disagree significantly about the types of programmers they want to hire. After 6 months doing technical interviews and sending the best engineers… · More to Y Combinator companies (and interviewing the founders and CTOs at the top 25), we’ve analyzed our data.
We launched Triplebyte one month ago, with the goal of improving the way programmers are hired. In the last 30 days, we’ve done 300 interviews. We’ve started… · More to put our ideas into practice, to see what works and what doesn’t, and to iterate on our process. In this post, I’m going to talk about what we’ve learned from the first 300 interviews.
Our concierge program flies engineers into Silicon Valley
TripleByte, which was founded by one of Y Combinator's earliest partners Harj Taggar, is trying to make it easier for startups to hire technical talent… · More by pre-screening them for their coding abilities. Now they're extending this idea a step further with a new concierge program to fly engineering candidates out for interviews with multiple YC companies in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.
Triplebyte launches the new technical hiring pipeline
Harj Taggar, one of Y Combinator's earliest partners, is very familiar with the pain of hiring for new CEOs. "When founders start companies,… · More they're not really sure how to put hiring practices in place. They're not sure which questions to ask or how to handle technical interviews," he said.