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Digital transformations, when executed strategically, can give your business a strong competitive edge. Businesses that fail to transform cannot hope to remain competitive, and will likely not survive in this hyper-connected world. But success requires a measured and deliberate approach, and it is critical to set the right goals for digital transformation so that you… Read more »

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Technology is becoming more complex and creeping further into our professional and personal domains. There is a nearly insatiable appetite for software in today’s market, which has created a high demand for tech professionals with Python skills.  And while job growth continues to grow, the number of skilled programmers with necessary skills is still not… Read more »

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There has been much attention focused on cryptocurrencies in recent years, driven by the meteoric 1,000+ percent rise of Bitcoin prices. But what does cryptocurrency mean on a global scale, and what will the impact of this volatile market be? Crypto’s Global Allure Cryptocurrency is a virtual currency that uses cryptography to secure and verify… Read more »

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Ego is a small word with weighty connotations. In some cases, we think of ego as simply healthy self-esteem and self-confidence. In most cases, however, the term “ego” is used to describe self-esteem and self-confidence that has gone too far. The truth is, ego can be healthy – especially for tech leaders. After all, ego… Read more »

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Americans spend an average of 100 hours per year commuting. That’s 100 hours of time flushed down the drain with each turn of the calendar. What if you could maximize that time to make your commute more useful, and ultimately, find a new tech job – perhaps even one with a shorter commute? Public Transportation… Read more »

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Summer is upon us, and with the warm season comes summer vacations and “lazy, hazy” days. If only tech teams had such luxuries. Projects don’t stop just because the mercury rises, and now is the time to get ahead of challenges that plague many IT teams, so you are prepared to meet your goals. Project… Read more »

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When actors are looking to launch their careers, they head to Los Angeles. Musicians flock to Nashville. And tech pros flock to Silicon Valley. Or do they? While the mid-California coast is synonymous with tech innovation, times have changed and there are amazing opportunities for tech talent right here in New York City. Before packing… Read more »

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Recently, 34 technology companies came together to sign the Cybersecurity Tech Accord, declaring it a “watershed agreement among the largest-ever group of companies agreeing to defend all customers everywhere from malicious attacks by cybercriminal enterprises and nation-states.” Key Points from The Accord Signatories to the accord include Microsoft, Facebook, Dell, VMWare, HP, Cisco, Avast, and… Read more »

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Speed to market is a critical success factor in today’s highly competitive software market. However, customer experience can make or break a release, so development teams must always balance the efficient delivery of a release against quality user experience. DevOps methodologies were developed to ensure balance can be achieved, focusing on a unified development and… Read more »

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Making it to the second round of a job interview is worthy of celebration. It means all your hard work paid off, and you’re still in the running for a great position. However, after you pat yourself on the back, it’s time to refocus and prepare so you can knock round two out of the… Read more »