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David Robinson

David Robinson
David Robinson is a data scientist at Stack Overflow with a PhD in Quantitative and Computational Biology from Princeton University. He enjoys developing open source R packages, including broom, gganimate, fuzzyjoin and widyr, as well as blogging about statistics, R, and text mining on his blog, Variance Explained.
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Hiring Mobile Developers? Here’s What You Need To Know

It's no secret that developers appreciate when recruiters are familiar with the current state of the software ecosystem. While they don't expect you to be a developer yourself, they do want you to at least know enough to have an intelligent conversation about an open role. 

To help recruiters understand developer candidates and move you closer to filling their open roles, the Stack Overflow Data team released the Trends tool. This app provides a quick glimpse of which programming languages and technologies are growing and shrinking. 

Let's take a dive into the type of information that recruiters can easily see by using the tool. Today we'll look into trends related to Mobile Developers. 

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