World-writable memory on Samsung Android phones
Posted Dec 18, 2012 20:18 UTC (Tue) by khim
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The job requirements are arcane enough that applicants are few and far between, and successful applicants rarer yet.
We had such problems in the past, too. If job requirements are so arcane then you can not find enough candidates then you need to change something. Sometimes you just need to pay more, sometimes you need to accept the fact that you'll be unable to find someone who satisfies your job requirements exactly and will need to broaden them (and then spend some effort to raise newbie to the original level of job requirements).
What you should not do is to lower requirements arbitrarily in the middle of the interview process just to hire "somebody, anybody to fill this %#^%^&*@#@ vacancy".
Once you understand that "10 years of experience working with Renderscript" is not something you actually need you suddenly find lots of suitable candidates. Enough if them to pick ones who can code and can talk with you meaningfully (I assume the position indeed has something to with programming: it's quite pointless to ask candidate to write code if you are hiring an art-director).
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