Who Are You? The Art of Cross-Referencing, Github Example

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Yesterday I saw a recruiter’s post on Facebook asking for advice on how to figure out which candidate had texted them when they couldn’t see the name, only the number. (Has it happened to you?)

A recurring problem in sourcing is dealing with insufficient information. You want to reach out only to relevant people, but the data (say, a Github profile) does not have the essential info such as a job title, company, and often, even location. Emailing everyone who lives in Boston and writes in Java will unnecessarily bother senior managers, students, professors, retirees, people who just started

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