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I don't think the work experience of developers is what you should be looking for. I know plenty of "Expert Developers" who won't be of much help researching and developing new technologies - which is what you are doing, IIUC. IOW: Almost anybody who has studied and "understood" the concept of programming, can program with the help of Google searches - ...


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Notwithstanding my comment about the proper exchange, you are dealing with a normal problem of 1) prediction of future performance, and 2) how to attract good employees. The first problem is a huge problem. Predictive indicators that we tend to use are not that predictive. One of them is experience. Experience is one of the most widely used criterion, ...


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