Tag: job

Preparing For A Front-End Job Interview

Moving on from your current job or stepping out into the real world once you’ve completed your studies can be daunting. Taking time to do a little preparation goes a long long way. If you come across the perfect job, you will need to portray yourself in the best possible light to show that you […]

Posted: January 11, 2013

Your life’s work

If you’re not committed to your life’s work in a company and with people you could endure for decades, are you making progress on it? While kind of a deeper question than most of us have thought about this week, I think it's an important thing to consider as you go year-to-year. Specifically being around […]

Posted: January 10, 2013

Coding Horror: How to Hire a Programmer

Coding Horror: How to Hire a Programmer. I’ve been a reader of Jeff Atwood for some time now. I’ve lost count of the impactful entries I’ve read on Coding Horror but the overall percentage is super high. I really like this piece in that it’s straightforward, smart, and offers really great tips to both people […]

Posted: March 07, 2012

GitHub is my resume

pydanny: Github is my resume. GitHub achieving it’s goal of social coding based on an awesome version control system is one (amazing) thing, but the byproduct of your profile acting as a resume is simply stellar. I’ve been in hiring positions before, and resumes are by far the worst thing I’ve had to deal with […]

Posted: February 23, 2012

Designers: How to Get Hired

Designers: How to Get Hired | Think Vitamin. This is quite literally an amazing job application. This designer not only took the time to really display her talents when searching for employment, she proved a working knowledge of the medium. I’ve gone through the hiring process a few times now, and I must admit that […]

Posted: October 18, 2010