TheLadders Study Finds More Demand for Technical Subject Matters Than Management

Posted by Ben Weiss on Mon, Nov 18, 2013 @ 10:11 AM

By: Ben Weiss (@InfusiveInc)

 

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3 Strategies Helping Windows Engineers Make 100K+

Posted by Ben Weiss on Tue, Nov 12, 2013 @ 09:11 AM

By: Ben Weiss

 

 

 

As specializedWindows engineering recruiters in New York City, we spend lot of time placing system engineers, architects and administrators who make sure the server side of the IT department runs butter smooth.

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5 Ways to Earn Respect as a New Hire

Posted by Ben Weiss on Mon, Nov 11, 2013 @ 14:11 PM

By: Ben Weiss

This article originally appeared on Infusive's USNews and World Report colum.

You did it. You succeeded through rigorous rounds of interviews, proved your qualifications and earned yourself an offer for a good job with a good company.

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Top Technical Support Opportunities in New York City This Week

Posted by Ben Weiss on Fri, Nov 8, 2013 @ 10:11 AM

1. PC/Mac Desktop Engineer - Risk Management

This client is the premier risk modeling firm in New York, helping to secure the global economy from natural disasters and epidemics with software that helps predict catastrophic events and guides how top financial firms could best safeguard their investments.

This firm has an opportunity for a PC/Mac Desktop Engineer who would be in an excellent position to learn from the firm’s true cross-platform lead engineer who is an expert on both Macintosh and PC systems.

You will be supporting the latest Mac OS as well as Adobe, Windows 7/8 and Outlook/ Exchange on top of rights to Active Directory. Of course there will also be variety of mobile devices to play with and support including iPads, Androids and Blackberries.

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[Infographic] How to Beat the Software Interview

Posted by Ben Weiss on Thu, Nov 7, 2013 @ 12:11 PM
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How to Answer Architecture Questions in a Technical Interview

Posted by Ben Weiss on Mon, Nov 4, 2013 @ 18:11 PM

By: Gayle McDowell, Guest Contributor

About Gayle: Gayle is the Founder/CEO of CareerCup a service that offers students and professionals the tools they need to succeed at software-related interviews. CareerCup offers a huge assortment of user submitted software development interview questions in addition to several books (Cracking the Coding Interview and The Google Resume), videos, resume review and mock interviews. 

The following is an excerpt from the new guide "Beating the Software Interview," which describes the tools software candidates need to deploy to get past the different gatekeepers in the process as if they were grappling with the "bosses" in a video game. Gayle wrote the chapter on beating the "Senior Development Boss". Download the guide in full here.

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The Personalities You Need to Run a Tight Tech Department

Posted by Ben Weiss on Thu, Oct 31, 2013 @ 10:10 AM

By: Ben Weiss (@InfusiveInc)

 

Professional sports teach us that championships are won on the virtues of teamwork; that a melting pot of different skill sets complementing one another yields consistently successful outcomes.

The same holds true in your technology department. You certainly need superstars in development, systems, data and support who make the impossible look easy but even standout NBA performers like LeBron James need a talented supporting cast to achieve ultimate success (LeBron’s time in Cleveland proved that).

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Management Studio is Not the DBA, You Are!

Posted by Ben Weiss on Wed, Oct 30, 2013 @ 11:10 AM

 

By: Ayman El-Ghazali (@TheSQLPro) - Guest Contributor

This article originally appeared on Ayman's blog, TheSQLPro.com.

About the Author: Ayman El-Ghazali is a SQL Server DBA/Developer and BI Developer. He hold a MSCE Data Platform, MSCA in SQL Server 2012, and a MCITP SQL 2008 DBA certification and I’m also a MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer) and is passionate about spreading useful knowledge. See more of his work at thesqlpro.com.

I have always wondered why all the databases in Management Studio were Yellow (Online), Grey (Read-Only), Lighter Yellow with text next to it (something like Restoring), or Yellow with a Red Icon (Offline). Have you ever wondered why there aren’t any more useful colors like red for when a Transaction Log is full or purple when your statistics are outdated? I have a theory that I have entitled “The Theory That You Have to Actually Work to Call Yourself a DBA.”

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Halloween Costume Ideas for Tech Employees

Posted by Ben Weiss on Mon, Oct 28, 2013 @ 18:10 PM

By: Ben Weiss

With Halloween rearing its ghoulish head soon, citizens across the country are likely pulling together some last minute preparations for their costumes. But, before any of you tech employees out there decide on a generic costume for the company party, consider one of these creative costume ideas that reflects the flavor of work you do on a daily basis. 

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7 Critical Observations to Make While Waiting to Interview

Posted by Ben Weiss on Mon, Oct 28, 2013 @ 10:10 AM

By: Ben Weiss (@InfusiveInc)

This article originally appeared in Infusive Solutions' bi-monthly USNews Careers column


Virtually all of the information technology recruiters in New York City will say you should arrive 10 to 20 minutes early to an interview to prove you can keep an appointment, have time to fill out paperwork, wipe that bit of cream cheese off your lip, fix your hair and all kinds of other stuff that will help you make a good first impression.

But remember that the interview is just as much about whether the opportunity would be a good fit for you as it is whether you would be a good fit for the opportunity.

With that in mind, here are a number of observations you can make in those precious few minutes before the interview that will help you determine if the role at hand will be a good fit.

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