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If you're looking for Ruby folks, go where they go - local meetups. Second would be online but you will need to mine Stackoverflow, Github and similar sites and realize that they get approached regularly so start engaging early (at least 3 months before projected start date.)

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I'll answer the question two ways: First, a note of caution. The recruiting space is incredibly crowded (I'm an angel investor in a company in this space) and there are already a few companies addressing exactly the pain point you're describing, mostly through social proof, contesting, and othe...

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Myself and friends have had great success meeting technical folks and candidates for co-founders at networking events such as Start-up Weekends (http://startupweekend.org/) and local networking events you find through www.meetup.com such as Hackers and founders, Startup Meetup, Minnesota Entrepr...

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The easiest way would probably be to join a recruiter clack group (e.g. https://weirdlyhub.com/peoplepeople-slack-community-recruiters-hr/) and reach out to people there. You could also do a search on LinkedIn for: 'recruiter', and if you have a particular geographic area you want to focus on ju...

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Great question. The answer to this may depend on what exactly you mean "technical talent" - My guess is that, given the context, you are referencing software development/programming in some capacity. In which case, the first thing I would ask yourself (before "how do I hire someone locally i...

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I have advised a number of Clarity members on this question exactly. LinkedIn can be a great place to find your technical cofounder. I would look for someone who has been at their current company longer than 18 months and has relevant experience or interest in the problem you're looking to solv...

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since most get paid upon a candidates permanent offer most of the hastle comes from finding the right person. knowing how t filter helps a recruiter incrementally over time leading to repeat customers. feel free to call one of us to help you get going or guiding you through hurdles. :)

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I think what you need to do is market analysis. According to Labour Market Outlook, there is cumulative hiring requirements in Canada for ICT talent are expected to be over 182,000 by 2019. I think the number will vary by 10-15%. Having said that, I would suggest you focus on the ICT professional...

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Yes to both. Because it is a lucrative business, there is a lot of competition. There are very few barriers to entry in the staffing/recruiting space (cash flow being one if you are focused on contract placements as you'll need free cash to support payroll). You need to be prepared to stick it...

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