AI-Powered recruitment matchmaking app for engineers

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humble's AI matches you to dream tech jobs. Create an account by connecting your GitHub. humble matches you to dream tech jobs in your area (or further afield) based on tech skills. Swipe right if you're interested. Only engineers can start conversations with recruiters.

  • Pros: 

    Super easy to set up and start exploring


    Would prefer a native app

    Checked out Humble after I saw the app as one of the submissions for TC Disrupt Berlin. Cool concept, tried it out and I see a lot of potential in building the app up as a full-service recruitment solution. As an engineer, I prefer the direct approach with a company, instead of being spammed by recruiters who hardly know my strengths and wants. Humble brings me one step closer to that better experience. Would definitely use more often if and when it comes as a native app :) Good job, guys!

    Marin Dragomirov Gerov has used this product for one week.
  • Ryan Tablada
    Ryan TabladaSoftware Developer and Product Creator



    Spam Marketing

    I'm not too familiar with Humble or their product. I can say that they have spammed multiple OSS communities that I am a part of without contributing or even using the OSS from those communities.

    This is a trend that is continuing to be a problem with promoting and Humble is taking advantage of this trend.

    Ryan Tablada has never used this product.
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Steven Renwick
Steven RenwickMaker@major_grooves
We weren't expecting humble to get so much attention. Apparently we are 4x over our Heroku limit! Thanks for not killing us Heroku!
Steven Renwick
Steven RenwickMaker@major_grooves
Hey everyone - I'm one of the team that built humble! It was built in about 19hours for a Techcrunch hackathon, but we have had a pretty amazing response to it already. Please check it out and let us know what you think of it *as a concept* - the jobs in there are actually real but there are only a couple hundred.
Roman@romanzadyrako · CEO at Signalayer /
@major_grooves Very interesting take on the hiring/job search. Reminds me of How does it work for an employer?
Steven Renwick
Steven RenwickMaker@major_grooves
@romanzadyrako there is one important difference for the employer - they can't see the engineer's name or photo until the engineer initiates a conversation - that way we hope to avoid gender/ethnicity bias in hiring. Otherwise, it should be the same as for the engineer - just that they can swipe through engineers instead of jobs. We would probably make a desktop version for recruiters, but just mobile for now. Thanks for the great question!
Benjamin Libor
Benjamin Libor@bnjmnlbr · Building products, writing stories
Awesome guys, rock on!
Anna R
Anna R@annarrose · CEO, Videopath
Very cool - but curious, how does the AI actually work?
Boyan Angelov
Boyan Angelov@angelovbobby · Data Scientist
Hey @annarrose I work on the AI side. In this case we mostly use unsupervised learning - our system has learned to understand the technologies on an expert level, so for it words like "java" and "javascript" are not similar at all, and it can tell the difference. Hope this is informative! :)
Steven Renwick
Steven RenwickMaker@major_grooves
@annarrose @angelovbobby nice vague answer! :p