We’re going to head on over to Webwide.io (not .com!) This is a nice little place to find people, and we’re going to explain how.
To start, we’re looking in the Forums, and there are high-level sections, with threads within broken up by specific topics. Topics include stuff like UX Design, Java, server-side, programming, etc. You can look through these sections for relevant job orders for people in these threads. To find out more about someone, just click on their profile.
People’s profile information can include a photo, website, and social links like GitHub or LinkedIn. It can also include location information and what their skills are, as well as links to posts they have made on the site. So, you could use this as a resource for sourcing technical professionals.
Any site can be used to source! Simply follow the breadcrumbs to find contact information and find ways to make it work. These are people that may not be using LinkedIn, or maybe they aren’t visible, or not visible to you. We all know that LinkedIn doesn’t let you see everyone through their search tools.
That’s how simple this can be! Good to go!
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