A simplified guide for hiring top tech talent

Tip #1: Use the right tools. Ask engineering candidates the right questions.

For many decades, human resource personnel, headhunters, and acquisition officers have utilized countless strategies when they want to find a software engineer. Often times, emotional intelligence evaluations, IQ test, aptitude test, personality test, whiteboard sessions, code review, and other test are conducted to assess a candidate’s capabilities. These tools are great for evaluating a potential candidate but they are not effective in determining long term value and if one can retain them. Check out the following tips if you’re trying to hire software engineers.

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How to build a team that works with you in mind

Technology has revolutionized the way in which we connect, interact, and ultimately communicate. The challenging aspect about technology is the speed in which it changes and evolves. Consumers, small business, private entities and public companies have had to adjust and reestablish their business objectives according to this rapidly changing panorama.

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Computing before, now, and in the future

In the past century, we have seen rapid growth in the way society receives and sends information. One of the leading elements that has added to this change is the use and constant growth of technology. It is that change and growth that has lead us to live a life where computing surrounds us during our daily environment.

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Questions you need to know for creating a Business Growth Strategy

If you are running a business, department, team, and doing well at it, odds are you will probably experience growth. Sometimes that growth can kill you. This is an oxymoron, how can growth kill something that is growing and successful? The answer is simple, if you are not proactive at managing that growth you might be in for a ride.

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