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Questions You Should Be Asking When You Interview Your Next Java Developer To Hire

If you’re currently seeking JAVA developers, you know it remains one of the most popular coding languages and is still one of the most sought-after skills employers are looking for when hiring new team members. When you’re seeking employees who write JAVA, it’s important to vet their compatibility in terms of the culture of your […]

Essentials of a Collaborative Employee

As every person in charge of hiring new employees knows, finding the right candidate on paper can be very different from finding the right candidate for your company. One of the most important things to look for now is the collaborative skills of all potential candidates. While individuality is certainly a cornerstone of what makes […]

Top Five Employee Rention Strategies

Have you ever been taken off-guard by one of your best employees quitting? Figuring out what went wrong can be a challenge alone without having to initiate the search for a permanent, and even sometimes temporary replacement. While you’re searching for the perfect replacement, it’s important to consider the impact the loss of the employee […]

How to Create a Strong Telecommuting Program

When browsing jobs in today’s market, you are increasingly likely to see descriptions listing telecommuting as a potential option in either a full-time or part-time capacity for the company hiring. As companies compete for top talent, a strategic telecommuting program helps companies keep a competitive edge for attracting the best talent because of increased employee […]

Resume Deal-Breakers to Avoid in Your IT Job Interviews

Are you looking for a tech job? If so, then you’ve been through rounds of interviews at this point, and have updated and polished your resume to be sent out to recruiters, Human Resources, and hiring managers all over your industry. But there are small things you could be doing that sabotage your chances at […]

The Advent of Serverless Computing

Physical servers wasted lots of capacity. Virtual machines divided a single physical server into multiple virtual ones. Containers enabled the developer to break down a large monolithic program into discrete pieces, which helps it run more efficiently. More recently, with the rise of serverless or event-driven computing, the whole idea of infrastructure is being abstracted […]

Avoiding Employee & Contractor Friction

IT teams include full-time employees and contract or freelance talent. Sometimes contingent and full-time employees don’t get along. Flexible working probably is here to stay for most companies. According to research by Fuze, “89% of employees believe flexible working should be how we work, not a benefit.” One element of flexible work is the increasing freelance […]

12 Dominant Tech Trends in 2018

On July 12, Forrester revealed the top 12 emerging tech trends that business leaders should consider adopting in 2018. 1. Computer vision Computer vision is a type of artificial intelligence (AI) technology that can analyze an image (or other content) and determine its subject matter. 2. Deep learning Deep learning is a form of machine learning that can […]