If you'd said Phoenix and Elixir, I might have been in
I worked on a recruitment "start-up" a few years ago. I think everyone wants to change the system, but no-one wants to change. We all know that CVs are a bit crap as a recruitment tool, but everyone in the system keeps using them.
(Musing an aside: perhaps CVs are of diminishing importance wrt experience.)
Then you have the whiteboard coding nonsense, and the Google "give me a circular linked list with matchsticks" weirdness.
The "disruptor" here is the one who can match the bizarre behaviour of recruiting companies. Did I say bizarre? I meant unique identifying attributes or something like that. Match those companies with similarly inclined individuals.
Matching employees is about personality traits, plus a bit of relevant experience or a little interest. Unless they want interns.
Recruitment is weird.