Imposter Syndrome Continues to Plague Tech but Mentors Can Help

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If you are a tech pro with a robust skill set, a long list of successful projects and a history of creating excellent work but you still think you’re not good enough for your role, you’re not alone. Imposter syndrome – the inability to believe that your success is well-deserved based on your effort and… Read more »

Cryptocurrency is in Free Fall But What Does that Mean for Blockchain?

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Anyone who watches tech or finance headlines has witnessed the rapid rise – and recent decline of cryptocurrency. At the end of 2018, crypto was in somewhat of a freefall, with bitcoin reaching a 13-month low of $5,000. Other popular cryptocurrencies were also feeling the pinch, and the market has lost almost $700 billion in… Read more »

It’s OK to Have a Two-Page Tech Resume in 2019

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For decades, experts have advocated for single-page resumes, no matter how vast your career has been. However, times and trends are changing. Thanks to the rise of tech consulting gigs and contract employment, short resumes don’t necessarily paint a picture of who a candidate is as a professional. Fortunately today, a two-page resume won’t necessarily… Read more »

How Blockchain Is On Its Way to Widespread Enterprise Adoption

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Blockchain has enormous potential to disrupt and transform business. Experts agree that it can make organizations more efficient, control costs and increase revenue. However, only one percent of CIOs have adopted blockchain and only eight percent are in planning or experimental phases with the technology. Despite these low current numbers, blockchain technology is improving at… Read more »

New York is a Top State to Launch a Startup!

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The Silicon Valley has become synonymous with launching a startup, but given the level of competition and the exorbitant cost of living, California has lost some of its luster for entrepreneurs. If you’ve been thinking about launching your own tech business, it might be time to consider New York state. New York Offers Stronger Employee… Read more »

Why the Imposter Syndrome Thrives in Tech

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Fans of the TV series Silicon Valley may believe that tech workers all suffer from inflated egos and a grandiose sense of self-importance. While egomaniacs make hilarious television characters, the truth is, imposter syndrome runs rampant in the tech field. Tech jobs are high-stress and extremely demanding, and many tech pros struggle with burnout and… Read more »

5 Evergreen Careers in Cybersecurity

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Cybercrime is a lucrative business, and companies must do everything they can to protect sensitive data. Businesses in every industry need cybersecurity professionals to ensure their information is kept out of the hands of criminals, and there is a huge demand for talent that isn’t expected to slow down any time soon. If you’re looking… Read more »

Why Companies Must Prove Employer-Employee Relationships with H-1B Visa Holders

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Few industries were impacted by the H-1B visa changes like the tech sector. The skill gap in the US has meant many companies have had to rely on global talent to achieve their recruiting goals. Now, the government is cracking down on companies and tech recruiting firms who could be skirting the rules to connect… Read more »

Where Does Blockchain Fit Into Business?

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Unless you’ve been asleep for the last few years, you’ve likely been following headlines on blockchain. While some people have been quick to write off blockchain as a fad with no real legs, advancements in blockchain technology are steadily making their way into mainstream business.  It’s important for tech leaders to keep an eye on… Read more »

Where is the Tech Industry Headed in 2018?

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Now that 2017 is behind us, it’s a good time to take a look at some of the major trends we saw in the past year and how those trends will shape the tech landscape in 2018.  These are some of the most important trends you should keep an eye on as we head into… Read more »