Why tech recruiters can’t tell Java from JavaScript?

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Tech recruiters are predators. Sometimes referred to as head-hunters, who’re born to kill. They will find and you, and they will hunt you. No matter what. No matter Java or JavaScript.

Once upon a time, I’ve left my job as a full-stack engineer to travel for a little bit, and to spend a little more time with my family. Just in time, I’ve received an exciting email from a…

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Senior Elixir engineer.

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Senior Elixir engineer.

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