Measuring Agile Success

Agile methodology is an iterative approach typically used in software development as an alternative to the traditional project management. The approach emphasises on building the software incrementally from the beginning instead of delivering everything at the end, and solutions and requirements evolve sequentially. Product is broken down into incremental builds which are provided in iterations. […]

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Top 10 Most Interactive Tech Blogs

There are blogs that are so great, so informative, so current — you’d be lost in your tech career without them. Here’s some we monitor daily. Add them to your bookmarks! Mashable.com Mashable is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company. Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital […]

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Special Report Recruiting

The 2008-09 financial crisis crushed the recruiting industry. With massive layoffs and hiring freezes proliferating around corporate America, headhunting firms found themselves in a massive funk. Consider Korn Ferry, the largest executive search firm, which, according to The Economist, saw its annual revenue tumble 20 percent in April 2009, resulting in a loss of $10 […]

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11 highest paying tech jobs in America

If you’re not quite doctor or lawyer material, but want to make a killing, then you could do a lot worse than get a tech job. Which kind? That’s what online jobs and recruiting marketplace Glassdoor reveals in a new survey of the highest paying jobs in America. We’ve filtered out the non-tech jobs like […]

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Has the Internet of Things gone too far?

The Internet of Things (IoT) – with its network of objects and computers that collect and distribute data on our lives – has all the promise of making those lives easier. But are we in danger of IoT overload? We live in an interesting age where virtually everything we own can be connected to the […]

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The 5 Most Popular Articles Among Recruiters This Month

1. How “Blind Recruitment” Works And Why You Should Consider It Blind recruitment, the practice of removing personally identifiable information from the resumes of applicants including their name, gender, age, education, and even sometimes the number of years of experience, is gaining popularity. Organizations including Deloitte, HSBC, the BBC, powerhouse law firm Clifford Chance, and […]

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Programming Languages – A Peek at the Future

Programming is changing briskly, and there is an explosion of new languages like Apple’s Swift, Facebook’s Hack scripting language and many more. Although there are zillion programming languages in the market, there is regular emergence of new languages every now and then, mainly from the corporate world. Some languages are meant to modernize classic languages, […]

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Social Media Marketing World

Date : April 17-19, 2016 Location : San Diego, CA Venue : San Diego Convention Center Social Media Marketing World 2016 is the world’s largest social media marketing conference. By attending, you’ll make connections with 100+ of the world’s top social media pros (plus 3000 of your peers) and you’ll discover amazing ideas that’ll transform […]

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The Top 11 Information Security Conferences of 2016

In Part II of our 2015 Infosec Wishlist series, a number of security experts expressed their desire for the security community to renew its focus on collaboration, communication and unity in the New Year. To accomplish this goal, folks in information security will need to internalize this message and inject it into their dealings with […]

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7 Tech Jobs Hardest Hit By Layoffs In 2015

Despite a relatively low unemployment rate for the tech industry, some of its jobs were hit harder with layoffs than others in 2015. Take a look at the US Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics data to see how your job and those of your peers fared. Tech unemployment stood at only 2.6% in […]

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