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Stefan Schwarzgruber Stefan SchwarzgruberStefan Schwarzgruber has been responsible for the business development of Stackoverflow in the DACH market since 2015.

Since 2012, the native Austrian has been the world's largest developer platform and has been the first employee in the DACH team to contribute significantly to the growth of stackoverflow. In this phase, Schwarzgruber was mainly responsible for expanding the team. Meanwhile, Stack Overflow has set up a team of 15 employees for the German-speaking market alone, with large companies such as Trivago, Zalando, BMW and the Metro Group.

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Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

Employer Branding in IT Companies: In 5 Steps to Company Culture

Corporate culture plays an important role in the battle for IT talent. The winged word is highly valued, especially in young companies. But what does it actually mean? And above all, how do IT companies find their own company culture? Read more


Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

Recruiting in the IT industry: 7 Things that HR professionals can learn from developers

They are still among the most sought after employees: developers are desperately wanted. Personnel often face challenges, because there are too few professionals and very good developers are either hard to find or difficult to get excited about their own business. So what can HR experts do to convince them? First of all, learn from developers. Read more

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Job Search & Recruiting {HR magazine}

Recruiting IT experts: German developers prefer Süddeutschen Middle class

Every year more and more jobs are created for IT professionals and developers. But how do they tick? And what do they think about artificial intelligence, which programming languages ​​do they master and what does a typical German developer look like? A survey provides information about this. Read more

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