Continued from Parts 1 & 2 of our “What is a Developer” series, (Part 1 Development & Projects and Part 2 Web and App Development) this post will talk about some of the most common tech roles related to Software Development and what they do. It can be difficult to understand the difference between the roles of software development when regions and companies define job descriptions [...]
Continued from What is a Developer: Part 1 Development & Projects. Today’s post outline's some of the most common tech roles related to web and app development, how they work together, what they do, how they are similar, and how they are different. With many companies and geographies for that matter defining their own descriptions based on their needs, [...]
You've been asked to hire a “developer,” followed by a list of technical terms like HTML, CSS, Python, Java, React, MySQL, Kotlin that make your eyes gloss over. Where do you even begin? Before you can, you need more information. A lot more. Will your new hire be working on the development of a website, web application, mobile application, software program, or something else? Will they be direct hire or [...]
You wouldn’t trust your marketing team to run your accounting department or your accounting team to manage operations, so why depend on your Human Resources team to find the right candidates for highly specialized roles? Time IS money, so when your teams are able to concentrate on what they do best, the entire organization wins. We know what you’re [...]
The hiring process is often overlooked as a customer experience. It can however be the most important of all customer experiences for your brand. Attracting people that want to work for your company is just as important (if not more so) as selling your products or services. The next time you need to fill an open role, rather than providing your recruitment team with a traditional stale job description, answer these questions instead: 1. [...]
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