I'm a member of the Erlang Ecosystem Foundation (https://erlef.org/) and part of that in my opinion is making sure folks know how to reach Elixir devs when they need to. I'm very interested in helping you showcase that your company is hiring so heavily for Elixir. Since you were kind in our email exchange, I'll return the kindness and hopefully help you find as many Elixir devs you can hire :). Just promise me to keep creating more Elixir jobs : ) :
Here are some interesting ways to find Elixir devs:
- Create a post ElixirForum (https://elixirforum.com). Some folks watch the
jobscategory, so you should get interest there as well.
- Add a job to Elixir Radar https://elixir-radar.com/post-your-job-listing-in-the-elixir-radar-for-free. A lot of folks subscribe to the newsletter and watch the jobs section quite closely.
- Add a job to the ElixirCompanies website: https://elixir-companies.com/en. If you log in with a Github account (create one if you don't have it yet :) ) it should allow you to post a job t