Bridge the Experience Gap
It is difficult to find the technical talent you need to innovate and transform. Thankfully, new talent pipelines like “code schools” and “boot camps” are adding new tech talent to the market.
While these alternate streams provide an expanded hiring pool, most “code schools” don’t cover the enterprise software knowledge and practices needed to be a contributing member of your development teams.
To ensure your new hires are successful, stay with your organization long-term, and are productive as quickly as possible, you need a New Hire Development program to create the enterprise software development knowledge.
Our New Hire Development programs close the production software development experience gap that “boot camp” hires face by:
- Rounding out their software engineering knowledge
- Increasing their competency in your unique tech stack
- Helping them learn how to write software your way
On-board at Scale
On-boarding engineers is often overlooked because much of the “orientation” is handled by by peers on their team.
This strategy works well if when you’re a garage based startup or you’re hiring a few engineers per month; it fails when you’re on-shoring your development or scaling your R&D team.
Using our context first approach, DI’s programs:
- Reduce your peer-based time-intensive orientation
- Increase the consistency of knowledge of your tech stack and processes
- Provide the road map your engineering hires need to quickly contribute to the codebase
Our contextual programs reduce the negative impact on overall productivity by eliminating the mentoring typically provided by senior team members. That means you’re able to hire and on-board at scale.