Gone are the days where your proudest achievements can be found on an 8 .5 x 11 sheet of paper. The scope of the recruiting space is evolving rapidly, and the modern resume is much more than typed lines and bullet points. Tangible examples of your work are much more valuable than listed credentials, and there are many emerging platforms that provide candidates with a space to showcase their ideas.
Anyone involved in engineering recruiting knows it's been increasingly difficult to get in touch with great engineers. Startups, agencies and established companies like Google and Facebook are all duking it out against each other to hire the best people. But if everyone is looking for engineers with what is generally a static supply, how do recruiters stand out when they reach out to engineers to convince them to join their companies.