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How to Find and Hire a Network Engineer

Post by Rich Moy on Jan 10, 2017 12:00:00 PM

If you were to ask people in non-tech roles what a network engineer does, they might say that they’re responsible for making sure the Internet connection is stable around the office. While that wouldn’t be completely false, the truth is that network engineers are responsible for maintaining complex systems that allow your employees to stay productive. In fact, because the most talented network engineers create such reliable connections between a wide variety of devices, their work often goes completely unnoticed by their colleagues. Although there’s not a silver bullet solution to help you hire a network engineer faster, here are a few tips to make it easier.

How to Find and Hire a WordPress Developer

Post by Rich Moy on Dec 1, 2016 12:00:00 PM

While many people think of it as merely a blogging platform, WordPress is a powerful open-source content management system (CMS) that over 74 million websites rely on for hosting services. Developers use a combination of HTML, CSS, MySQL, and PHP to build themes and plugins that enable users to launch and edit their websites quickly. Because of the platform’s popularity, the competition to hire WordPress developers is fierce. We don’t have a silver-bullet solution that will help you hire a WordPress developer by the time you sit down for lunch this afternoon, but here are a few insights that will help you better understand the basics of recruiting your top candidates.

How to Find and Hire a JavaScript Developer

Post by Rich Moy on Nov 28, 2016 12:00:00 PM

Created in 1995 by Brendan Eich at Netscape Communications, JavaScript is one of the three core tech languages that still powers the majority of websites you visit, as well as many PDF documents and desktop widgets that many people rely on every day. Still, JavaScript developers are known for building things for the web, and only for the web. While some JavaScript developers are responsible for the front-end experience, there are also plenty of developers using JavaScript to build back-end infrastructure. In any case, employers who are looking to hire a JavaScript developer need to understand what’s important to their top candidates. To help you stand out from the fierce competition, here are a few things you should know about JavaScript developers.

How to Find and Hire a PHP Developer

Post by Rich Moy on Sep 12, 2016 12:00:00 PM

Unless your company has no intention of conducting any business over the Internet, you’ve likely felt the impact of the work of PHP developers do on a daily basis. PHP is an open source language that’s maintained by a group of volunteers, and although you can technically write PHP code in a simple text editor, it’s a powerful technology that many organizations rely on for everything ranging from creating user interfaces to accepting usernames and passwords on a website. Considering that the applications they build are vital to many teams across your entire organization, it’s no secret that they’re in high demand. To help you stand out from the competition, here are a few things to keep in mind when you need to hire a PHP developer.

How to Find and Hire a Data Scientist

Post by Rich Moy on Jul 28, 2016 12:00:00 PM

Although many organizations have sophisticated processes to track business metrics, it’s difficult for those insights to have an impact if you don’t fully understand what they mean. Enter data scientists, who often have extensive backgrounds in academia and have decided to turn their focus to helping companies understand their data on a deeper level. The value of having an in-house data scientist is becoming evident to many employers. In fact, McKinsey recently predicted that by 2018, there would only be 200,000 available candidates to fill an estimated 490,000 open data science roles. To help you stand out in the extremely crowded marketplace, here are a few things you should know when it’s time to hire a data scientist.

How to Find and Hire an iOS Developer

Post by Rich Moy on Jul 12, 2016 12:00:00 PM

Considering that over 231 million iPhones were sold globally in 2015, it should come as no surprise that developers who can build apps for Apple’s iOS are in such high demand. In fact, the two programming languages often used to create iOS apps—Objective-C and Apple’s Swift—are near the top of the most in-demand technologies in 2016. With the popularity of iOS development comes increased competition for talented developers who can build the apps your company needs. While there’s no silver-bullet solution to help you immediately find the right person for the job, here are a few things to keep in mind when you need to hire an iOS developer.

How to Find and Hire a Software Architect

Post by Rich Moy on May 25, 2016 12:00:00 PM

If you’re like most people, understanding the difference between a software architect and a software developer has made your eyes glaze over hundreds of times. Naturally, without a clear understanding of the difference between these two roles makes it difficult to recruit for either role. There are countless nuanced differences between software development and software architecture, but the biggest difference that you should understand is that a software architect is responsible for seeing and defining the bigger picture to understand how the product you’re building will ultimately work for the consumer. Here are a few more tips you can refer to whenever you need to hire a software architect.

How to Find and Hire a Back-End Developer

Post by Rich Moy on Apr 27, 2016 12:00:00 PM

Back-end developers are responsible for making sure that everything behind the scenes of a website is firing on all cylinders. The back-end of a website typically includes three parts: a server, application, and a database. Think of the work of a back-end developer any time you log into a website you use on a daily basis. It’s his or her responsibility to ensure that your information on that site is secure and easily accessible anytime you need to use it. It’s no secret that the back-end is a critical component to integral to your company’s success. To stand out in a particularly crowded market to hire them, here are a few tips you can refer to whenever you need to add a back-end engineer to your team.

How to Find and Hire a DevOps Engineer

Post by Rich Moy on Mar 15, 2016 12:00:00 PM

The concept of DevOps is somewhat new to the tech world. It’s so new, in fact, that a lengthy discussion about the singular definition of a DevOps engineer took place as recently as 2013. However, as varied as the definitions of the role still are today, DevOps plays a vital support role to internal teams, involving a heavy dose of systems administration and automation. Often, these engineers possess a variety of technical skills, relying on a combination of business, organizational, and interpersonal abilities to best support the team or user he or she is supporting. We can’t prescribe a silver bullet to help you hire a DevOps candidate by tomorrow, but here are a few tips to help you do the right type of research that will help you stand out in a crowded market.

How to Find and Hire a C# Developer

Post by Rich Moy on Jan 28, 2016 12:00:00 PM

C# is a widely used language that was developed by Microsoft in the year 2000. Their goal was to give developers a powerful language that’s modern, flexible, and object-oriented. The result is a language that is universally considered to be one of the most popular programming languages today. It should be no surprise that because of C#’s popularity, it can be especially difficult to find candidates who are capable of writing quality code. To help you stand out in this crowded market, here are a few tips to keep in mind whenever you need to hire a C# developer. 

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