AmazingHiring is a tool to source and hire software engineers, data scientists, UX/UI designers, QA engineers, other technical specialists across social networks and professional communities.

AmazingHiring is a search engine for technical recruiters. It aggregates candidates' data from many different resources and enables you to easily find profiles of the best IT specialists, pre-assess their technical skills and get in touch with them faster.

It consolidated candidate profiles based on the data from social networks, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram and others, as well as from professional resources: Github, Stack Overflow, Kaggle, Behance, Dribbble, Google Play, only to the extent candidates have made their profile available for general public.

There are more than 50 resources in total. You do not need to have a personal account in them to access the publicly available information aggregated to AmazingHiring.

The countries that AmazingHiring is now covering are listed on the picture below:

If the country you are interested in is not on the list yet, please, contact us at support@amazinghiring.com.

What else?

We also have Chrome extension which shows the candidate's information on the websites where the candidate is registered. Usually these are social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and others, as well as professional social networks, such as GitHub, Stackoverflow, Kaggle, Behance, Dribble and many others.

The extension helps to find additional information about specific candidates while you are browsing on their pages in Facebook, Twitter, GitHub, Stack Overflow, etc. Extension allows you to integrate your work in AmazingHiring with many other sourcing tools. Candidates' contact details (phone number, email, Skype login) are available only for the clients of AmazingHiring search engine.

Our customers enjoy the benefits of both products: accessing consolidated profile of passive candidates at their fingertips with the Chrome extension, as well as running complex search queries and working with internal vacancies via the web app.

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