Dear recruiter

I am not actively looking for a new job at the moment. Nonetheless, thank you very much for thinking about me for a position, or offering your help with my professional career.

I am always open for new opportunities, and it is always good to keep an eye on our industry's needs. I receive many requests or proposals like yours every week. Unfortunately, I could not possibly answer them all personally. That is why I have created this page on my site, I hope you do not mind.

Even if I were actively searching for a new challenge, there are a couple of things I need to know upfront, before actually considering it. Because this is non-negotiable, I do not deal with external recruiters, headhunters or employment agencies of any sort. Understandably, they cannot provide this information. I am sorry if that is your case.

The list may seem a bit extensive, but after all, these are basic things I would look for if I was applying for a position myself.

Basic company details

Is there a dev team already?

Furthermore, if you are an internal recruiter or HR person and can actually point or link to this essential information, note that there are a couple of industries and markets I rather not write software for, ever. See the list in this post.

Thanks for understanding!

My CV

My LinkedIn profile is complete and updated. You can easily export a PDF from it if you need it. There is also more information about me in this page

LinkedIn

Contact me

If you have further questions, you can mail me at istepaniuk@ Google’s well known free email service.


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About Iván Stepaniuk

I have been creating software for more than fifteen years in a wide variety of stacks, languages and platforms. I advocate Software Craftsmanship and the Agile Manifesto, this has been a great motivation and helps me to continuously reinvent myself as a better developer that makes better quality software.

See my about page


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