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Find the Code – You’ll Find the Developer!
Watch Principal Sourcer Marc Hamel from Amazon as he shares methods for “Sourcing by Source Code.”
Marc shows you how to navigate open-source platforms to find the talented minds behind the code. This is a start-to-finish process of how to find, engage, and message talent on GitHub, an open-source platform with over 73 million active users.
- Knowledge of key terminology used on large, open-source platforms.
- An understanding of where to find and how to contact top talent behind the code.
- Ways to work more efficiently and save time while sourcing from open-source platforms.
Marc has 13+ years in tech sourcing, with a unique blend of agency, startup, the behemoths of Amazon & Meta. Currently, He is supporting new initiatives in sourcing within Amazon Entertainment and leading L&D programs for sourcers company-wide. He’s a part of many sourcing communities and is loves “talking shop” with anyone interested. Marc enjoys exploring the beautiful city of Austin, TX, tasting all craft IPA he can find, cheering on the Chicago Cubs, annihilating anyone foolish enough to challenge him to a Mario Kart race and mastering puns. And yes, he shares a name with Luke Skywalker. So, in his words, “may the ‘source’ be with you.”Follow
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2 thoughts on “Sourcing by Source Code: Find the Code and You Find the Developer”
Hi!! I’m not able to download the file
I just checked and the “download resource” button above seems to work fine, and the resource is set to publicly available. Just to make life easier, the direct link to Mark’s slideshow is here: https://app.box.com/s/v8indx1r0we4gjbi72iimvp6jj23xrub then in the top right there is a download button. You don’t need an account with Box to download it. Cheers!
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