The product role structure allows efficient prioritisation and ensures delivery timeframes are met, but understanding it can feel a little daunting.
When it comes to recruiting unicorns, you’ll probably struggle to attract or retain the talent you want in today’s highly competitive IT market. Let's look at a powerful solution.
Do you feel undervalued and dread going to work each day? Sounds like it's time for a change. Here are our top five tips to keep in mind when searching for your new, happy job!
We all have a huge number of demands on our time and finding a couple of hours to attend a talk can feel like a seriously low priority. However, once you really start breaking it down, there are five main reasons why you absolutely should be saying YES to attending conferences.
The final instalment of our mini-series about London Tech Week 2018, including our personal 'one to watch'.
Don’t worry if you didn’t get the memo about London Tech Week (or just completely forgot); we’ve got you covered with 20 of the best FREE talks and events taking place over the next six days.
London Tech Week (#LTW) 2018 has just kicked off, promising another week of intriguing deep-dives, wonderful round-tables and plenty of networking opportunities.
Every full stack .NET engineer who knows React and can build deployment pipelines for Azure, didn’t know these things in the not too distant past. When recruiting, it’s critical that we acknowledge this and build it into the career goals of those we wish to hire. To do this successfully though, we must screen on something recruiters don’t – potential. Potential in engineering terms is usually measured by proactive learning or involvement in communities.
In Part 1, we spoke about some of the extravagant interview processes tech giants go through to secure top talent. It works, they still have great engineers knocking at their door. However, are lesser known companies always going to lose out to the “Big Boys” for the best tech talent?