Days before heading to San Francisco for TechCrunch Disrupt, the sixth annual technology conference hosted by the TechCrunch tech news site, where it will be a participant in “Startup Alley,” Memphis-based startup Work for Pie has launched company profile pages.
The pages are intended to help talented developers find their dream jobs – and ideally herald the death of the traditional hiring process for software developers, if Work for Pie has anything to say about it.
Work for Pie, which already has a growing, diverse community that boasts several thousand members, enables developers to showcase their skills, get an objective comparative ranking score, and ultimately connect with projects and employers that best fit their abilities and interests.
In the words of co-founder and CEO Cliff McKinney, “Companies no longer hire developers. Developer hire companies.”
Work for Pie was founded in 2011. It participated in the inaugural round of Seed Hatchery and it secured a seed round investment led by Nashville-based Solidus Company with participation from Memphis-based a-m ventures.
To learn more, visit http://workforpie.com.