This isn’t a rant about salaries, the skills of new graduates, or the trials of dealing with recruiters, although each of those is worth a post in itself. It’s about the mathematics of providing your organisation with the talent it needs at the time that it needs it. Continue reading
The PHP jobs market is hot, very many people find it hard to recruit the skilled staff that they need to achieve the goals of their organisation. I meet a wide variety of organisations in this technology space, and they all tell me the same story: it’s really difficult to get good, qualified people. And I believe that this is true, I know plenty of developers too and although I’ll usually try to put people in touch where it makes sense to do so, it’s not as if there is a great reservoir of hidden PHP talent somewhere.