Demand for IT expertise is skyrocketing. For financial institutions, insurance agencies, law firms, healthcare companies, and even retail businesses, technology is no longer a cost center; cloud computing deployments, collaboration tools, and mobile device integration now drive long-term ROI.
In an era where so much of the recruiting process happens online, in-person recruiting events can seem out of place or old fashioned. But make no mistake: when properly utilized and executed, live events can be an incredibly useful recruiting tool.
As programming matures and application development becomes more complex, developers need more than just an understanding of programming languages. They need to know the frameworks that make creating applications in these languages easier.
Many hiring managers tend to focus on candidates who are senior or at least mid-range. Here are ten reasons why companies should consider hiring junior developers.
Ultimately, your goal is to find developers that are right for your engineering team. But in the current market situation it might be useful to start looking for a Minimum Viable Candidate.
How you should read numbers in a developers resume and what this kind of information says about a candidate.
Every company seems to call their technical employees something different. Here’s a rundown of the various titles used and what they mean.