I have great news today. After months of research and development I’m happy to unveil a new product I’ve been working on.
Chirk HR is a web application for human resource professionals to find and hire better applicants. Using the pool of applicants that every job posting generates, Chirk HR will let HR reuse the 99% of applicants who weren’t offered a position the first time. In other words, a job posting might have 100 applicants but since only one person is hired in the end there are 99 applicants who aren’t hired. Chirk HR helps reuse those 99 applicants with the next position.
Chirk HR is still new. It is the creative atom from 30×500 or the MVP from Lean Startup. Raw, simple, and (hopefully) useful.
If you want to get early access, you can register to be notified below or read more about Chirk HR on the website.
I’ve been writing about my business, Little Stream Software, here for two years now. This has been good but I’ve been losing focus on the technical content here, which has caused me to doubt many of my new post ideas. So to keep things simple, I’ve created a new blog for my business topics, the Little Stream Software Blog.
I’m going to be covering my experiences that I’ve had from running a one person Ruby on Rails consultancy. Some topic ideas I’m thinking about are:
- Managing customers
- How to price your products and services
- Working with other contractors
- Finding time to do business development while you still code
I have two posts up right now; New Contractor Questions and How to bring in new sales in slow times and am planning to write to it regularly. If you enjoy the content, please subscribe to the RSS feed.
theAdmin.org will still be where to get my technical content about Ruby on Rails and Redmine.