About The Talk
Hiring your first engineers and developers will be one of the hardest things you do as a startup founder, especially if you are non-technical. It takes a lot of time, effort, and some luck to really find the best talent that will help you grow your startup.
But ultimately, how you hire is going to be the most important factor in what makes your startup successful or not.
If you are unsure about how to build your dev team, we are excited to chat with Andrew Boryk, Co-founder of Lunchbox, and Randall Huynh, Backend Developer for Lunchbox.
We’ll discuss how Andrew and Randall built Lunchbox’s dev team — from where they hired their first engineers, how they interviewed and onboarded them, and how they manage their growing team and decide on engineering priorities as they grow.
Co-founder & CTO of Lunchbox
Andrew Boryk is the Co-founder & CTO of Lunchbox, a startup that allows restaurants to build ordering experiences on their own websites and apps. Lunchbox recently raised $20 million in Series A funding. Prior to starting Lunchbox, Andrew was a software
Backend Developer at Lunchbox
Randall Huynh is a back end developer at Lunchbox. He’s a self-taught full stack developer, and at Lunchbox he’s helping build the Shopify for restaurants.
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