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How one ex-Googler convinced developers to leave Silicon Valley to work on Hillary Clinton's campaign (GOOG, GOOGL)

Silicon Valley companies are known for their unmatched employee perks and their lucrative salaries. Google has free gourmet lunches. Facebook has an on-site barber and free laundry services. Apple employees get big discounts on company products and free apples. So when Hillary Clinton's campaign wanted to build up a technology team of developers and engineers, how could they convince the best of the best to quit their jobs, take a huge pay cut, move to Brooklyn and work until a November 8 deadline? When CTO and ex-Googler Stephanie Hannon joined the campaign in April 2015, that was her first job: figure out how to recruit.
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