Why You Shouldn't Shy Away From Hiring Junior Tech Talentby@viceasytiger
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Why You Shouldn't Shy Away From Hiring Junior Tech Talent

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Isaac Lyman, a software developer who runs his personal blog, thinks that hiring junior developers is a waste of time and money. Sharing six ways of making use of junior geeks in technology projects. A junior developer is considered to be junior if they have at least 1 to 18 months of experience with real-life technology projects (yes, Bootcamp Graduates) A mid-level developer typically has 2-4 years of experience and is proficient in several areas of software engineering. A senior developer can also mentor and turn your junior talent into a well-oiled coding machine.

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